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RUNNERS REST TODAY BEFORE HARD MEETS TOMORROW

University and Freshman Teams to Meet M. I. T. and Exeter Respectively.

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Final preparations for the meets on Saturday were made yesterday by the University and 1923 track teams, and today all the runners will be given a rest. E. K. Merrihew '10 and William Moore '19 assisted in the coaching yesterday, particular attention being given to starting.

Tomorrow the University team meets the Tech. men at the engineers' field, while the Freshmen journey to Exeter to compete against the schoolboys. Close competition is expected in both contests with the opposing teams favored, although the Crimson men defeated the M. I. T. runners decisively on the board track last winter. The yearlings have not yet met the New Hampshire team on the track this year, but the latter has an exceptionally strong all-around outfit.

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