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Plans for Track Work


Fall track work will formally begin on Monday when all candidates for the University track and cross-country teams and the Freshman track team will report for practice on Soldiers Field. Candidates for the cross-country team will be under the charge of Coach Shrubb who has been re-engaged for this work. The regular Technology, Yale, and intercollegiate runs will be held.

The annual fall handicap games will be held this year on October 27. These games, consisting of the usual thirteen track and field events, will be open to all members of the University, and in order to make the games successful it is necessary that a large number of men report for the preliminary practice.

In order to make the training of candidates for the Freshman team more thorough and effective, a graduate coach will be secured this fall who will through-out the year give his entire attention to the Freshmen. Coaches Donovan and Quinn, as heretofore, will render all the assistance that their time allows to Freshmen. It is hoped that this additional coaching will be of material assistance in turning out better Freshman track teams. In order to encourage fall work by Freshman candidates a special fall meet for Freshman only will be held on Soldiers Field October 20. At both the fall handicap games and the Freshman meet prizes for first and second places will be awarded.

A meeting of all interested in University and Freshman track will be held in the Union Monday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Several men closely connected with track athletics at Harvard will speak.

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