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Provisional Schedule Announced and Arrangements for Novice Meet.


The schedule of the University gymnastic team has been provisionally arranged so as to include exhibitions in Andover, Somerville, Brockton, Newton, Brookline, and Milton, with probable dates at Exeter and Worcester. A triangular meet with Rutgers and Amherst, a dual meet with Yale, and the annual intercollegiate contest will also be held. Two new cups will be offered this year as follows: one, presented by E. N. Cleaves '11, of last year's team, is to be held for one year by the man doing the best work in tumbling in the final meet of the year; the other, the gift of R. B. Whitelaw '11, manager of the team last year, will be given to the contestant doing the most consistent work on the rings throughout the season.

The annual novice meet will be held on December 14, and attention of all undergraduates interested in gymnasium work is called to this meet, which is designed especially for those who have never taken a prize in any college gymnastic contest. A cup has been offered by Dr. D. A. Sargent for the contestant winning the greatest number of points, and individual medals will be given for first places. The following six events will be held: horizontal bar, parallel bars, side horse, flying rings, tumbling, and club swinging. All undergraduates are eligible and those who intend to compete should begin work at once. Members of the gymnastic team will be on the floor every afternoon from 5 to 6 o'clock to help coach inexperienced men.

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