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SCHOOLBOY HARIERS ON CEMETERY COURSE

GRADUATES OF SCHOOLS URGED TO MEET TEAMS

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The Cemetery Course will be the scene this afternoon of two cross-country races, the first at 1.30 being the first annual Interscholastic Invitation Cross-Country. Meet under the auspices of the H. A. A., and the second a dual meet between packs representing the Freshmen and Worcester Academy.

The former race has met with a hearty response from schoolboy track athletes, especially from schools about Worcester and Providence, where hill-and-dale work is especially fostered. Of interest among the entries is Wakefield High, where Eddie Farrell turned out champions. The 13 schools listed below will enter teams of various number; the first five men to break the tape will count in the scoring, the winning team to receive a shield, and the first three finishers individual medals. The race will be over a course of 2 1-2 miles.

Schaefer Yearling Best Bet

On the other hand, the Freshmen will compete with the up-staters in a four-mile grind putting their chief hope in E. E. Schaefer '24 to capture first honors.

The schools in the Interscholastic Meet: Watertown High, Dorchester High, Moses Brown School, Brooklin High, Williston Academy, Wakefield High, Worcester Classical High, Worcester North High, High School of Commerce, Holliston High, Providence Tech, Chelsea High.

It is urged that all graduates of these schools now in the University will make it a point to meet their school's representatives at the Smith Hall Dining Room between 11 and 1 today.

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