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TRACK MEN IN PROVIDENCE

Both Relays and Number of Individuals Will Compete There Tomorrow.

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The University track squad will compete in the Armory Athletic Association of Rhode Island games to be held in the state armory at Providence tomorrow night. The relay races for both the short and long distances between Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology will be the main features of the evening.

Many University men are also entered in the open handicap events in which some of the leading performers of the country will compete. Several Freshmen will also make the trip which will be managed by E. Cunningham '16.

The following men are entered from the University:

780-yard relay.--T. W. Koch '14, H. G. MacLure '15, E. P. Stone '15, H. M. Warren '13.

390-yard relay.--W. A. Barron, Jr., '14, R. G. Huling '13, F. J. O'Brien '14, R. Tower '15.

880-yard dash.--F. H. Blackman '14, A. C. Hawkes '14, W. W. Kent '16, F. W. Wheeler '16.

50-yard dash.--J. I. Abbott '14.

Hurdles.--T. O. Freeman '14, A. L. Jackson '14.

High jump.--A. D. Chandler '14, J. O. Johnstone '16.

Mile run.--F. H. Blackman.

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