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BOYD WINS CROSS-COUNTRY RUN

Second Consolation Contest Held Yesterday Over Belmont Course.

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The second consolation cross-country run held yesterday over the Belmont course was won by Captain R. St.B. Boyd '14. The first ten men finished in the following order: 1, R. St.B. Boyd '14; 2, F. H. Blackman '14; 3, C. Southworth '15; 4, E. P. Stone '15; 5, H. G. MacLure '15; 6, W. A. Peckham '14; 7, B. V. Zamore '15; 8, A. R. Boynton '14; 9, W. Edgar '16; 10, K. E. Fuller '16.

The Freshman cross-country team will race Arlington High School today at 4.15 o'clock over the 3-1-2 mile course at Arlington. The first five men to finish on each team score. The following 11 men will make the trip. A. R. Bancroft, H. R. Bechtel, H. S. Boyd, W. L. Bullock, R. S. Cook, R. B. Johnson, P. C. Lewis, A. B. North, J. H. Spitz, G. Townsend, W. P. Whitehouse.

Handicap Meet Tomorrow.

The annual fall handicap meet will be held at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the Stadium. Blue-books have been placed at Leavitt & Peirce's and every one who has done any track work at all this fall should sign up before noon today. No one can compete who has not taken a strength test. Silver cups will be given to the winners of first and second places.

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