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Outlined Last Evening at Well Attended Meeting.


About fifty men were present at the meeting of University track candidates held in the Trophy Room of the Union last evening. Plans for the winter season and outlines of what will be expected of the men were given. Subject to the approval of the Athletic Committee, members of the squad and relay teams will be entered in the following meets:

January 25.--Massachusetts Coast Artillery Corps games.

February 8.--Boston Athletic Association games.

February 15.--Indoor Intercollegiate Carnival in New York.

February 19 and 20.--Annual University Winter Carnival.

In addition, entries may be made in other meets near Boston and New York.

Captain J. B. Cummings '13 spoke of the necessity of steady and earnest work during the winter for success in the meets with Cornell and Yale in the spring. Winning the meets during the winter is not important; it is the training afforded the men that counts. E. K. Merrihew '10, of the B. A. A., explained the different types of running and the tendency of indoor work to develop speed and headwork. J. W. Hallowell '01, was the concluding speaker, emphasizing the effect on the graduates of the winning or loosing spirit displayed by University teams.

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