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Several entries from the University track squad will be made in the National Junior Indoor Championship games to be held in New York today. C. E. Brickley '15 will compete in the 12-pound shot-put, A. D. Chandler '14 and A. W. Moffat '13 in the high-jump, C. F. Freeman '13 and A. L. Jackson '14 in the 50-yard hurdles.
A large number of entries have been made from various colleges, universities, and athletic clubs, including many men who are prominent in track athletics. Representatives will be present from the following institutions: Cornell, Mercersburg Academy, Fordham, Yale, Pennsylvania, the New York and Irish American Athletic Clubs, B. A. A., as well as from New Orleans, Philadelphia, and Buffalo.
The events in the meet are open to all registered athletes who have not won an A. A. U. track or field championship, Canadian championship, cross-country championship, intercollegiate championship, or the championship of any foreign country.
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