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INTERCLASS CROSS-COUNTRY

Race Won by 1914 by Good Margin.-- Men Retained for 1917 Team.

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As a result of the Freshman trials yesterday over the three-mile Belmont course, the following eleven men have been retained for the race with Providence Technical High School on Monday. Either nine or ten men will compete, according to the arrangements to be made with the Providence team. The men are: A. R. Bancroft, H. R. Bechtel, H. S. Boyd, W. L. Bullock, R. S. Cook, P. C. Lewis, C. J. North, R. C. Paine, J. H. Spitz, J. H. Townsend, W. P. White-house. No times were given out.

The interclass race was won by 1914 with a score of 13, and 1915 was second with 26 points.

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