The suggestion that a combined track team from Harvard and Yale meet a joint team from the University of California and Leland Stanford Jr. University in the Stadium early in June to decide the track supremacy of the East and the West is causing some discussion among the coaches of the various teams.
Although it is unlikely that such a meet will be added to this year's schedule, it is possible that it may be arranged for future years, just as Harvard-Yale track teams have met Oxford and Cambridge in the past.
All four teams, Harvard, Yale, California, and Stanford, are already scheduled to meet in the East on May 31 in the spring outdoor intercollegiate track meet, which will be held either in Cambridge or Philadelphia. Both teams will remain organized for the following two weeks, California and Stanford for the Olympic trials in the Stadium on June 14, and Yale and Harvard for the Harvard-Yale meet, also in the Stadium, on June 18.
It is the idea of the western coaches, from whom the suggestion comes, that a joint meet could be arranged in the interval between May 31 and June 14.