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The annual consolation track games will be held in the Stadium this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Those men are eligible who are not on the University track training table, or who did not win a place in the interclass games or in the Freshman meet with Andover. No man will be allowed to compete, however, who is on probation, or who has not passed a satisfactory strength test since January 1. The regular track program of thirteen events will be run off and cups will be awarded to winners of first and second places. All events will be from scratch.
Officials and contestants are requested to report at the Locker Building promptly at 3.30 o'clock. If any officials are unable to be present, they are requested to notify H. L. Gaddis '12, 46 Dana Chambers, before 10 o'clock this morning.
Referee.--W. F. Garcelon L.'95.
Judges at finish.--P. G. M. Austin '13, B. M. Preble '12, D. P. Ranney '12.
Timers.--R. C. Foster '11, H. Jaques, Jr., '11.
Starter.--R. C. Floyd '11.
Field judges.--A. D. Barker '11, T. Cable '13, P. H. Keays '13, S. C. Lawrence 1G., J. K. Lewis '11.
Clerk of course.--H. L. Gaddis '12.
Scorer.--W. S. Witmer '12.
Below is given a list of events, with the time of each:
4.10.--Trials of 100-yard dash.
4.35.--Finals of 100-yard dash.
4.55.--Trials of 220-yard dash.
5.15.--Finals of 220-yard dash.
4.00.--Running high jump.
4.30.--Running broad jump.
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