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As a result of the meeting of the Harvard track Advisory Committee at Young's Hotel yesterday afternoon, no further announcement of the final arrangements for the international meet was given out, but Oxford and Cambridge have sent word that July 12 is not a favorable day for the meet. Therefore the provisional date will have to be set aside, and another taken under consideration. It is certain, however, that the final date will be somewhere between July 8 and July 12.
Within the course of a week another meeting of the committee will be held after correspondence with the English universities, and full details will be announced.
The following men compose the Track Advisory Committee: N. W. Bingham '95, J. W. Hallowell '01, E. C. Rust '04, W. M. Rand '09, R. G. Foster '11, and R. C. Floyd '11.
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