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At the Indoor Championship Meet of the New England Association of the Amateur Athletic Union held last night at Mechanics Building, Boston, the Harvard entrants made a very creditable showing.

In the first heat of the 40-yard dash, J. I. Abbott '14 qualified for the finals, but he failed to place in the deciding heat, which was won by H. P. Drew of Springfield H. S., in 4 4-5 seconds.

W. Rollins '16 easily won third in the 300-yard run.

In the 45-yard high hurdles, Captain J. B. Cummings '13 won the only individual championship for Harvard, W. S. Brackett '14 getting third. Time 6 1-5 seconds. T. W. Koch '14 secured third place in the 600-yard run, as did H. G. McLure '15 in the 1000-yard run.

The high-jump was won by H. Barwise, B. A. A., with a leap of 6 feet, 2 1-4 inches. J. O. Johnstone '16 was second with a jump of 6 feet and A. W. Moffat '13, third at 5 feet, 11 inches. H. R. Hardwick '15 secured third place in the 16-pound shot-put with 39 feet, 8 1-2 inches.

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