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At the annual meeting of the I. C. A. A. A. A. in New York City Saturday, the Stadium was picked as the scene for the forty-eighth annual outdoor championships of the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America, on May 30 and 31. For the past two years this event has been held on Franklin Field, Philadelphia. The fact that the Olympic tryouts will be held in the Stadium, and the recognized general excellence of the University Track were deciding factors in bringing this classic to Cambridge.
The University of Southern California was admitted to membership in the Association by a unanimous vote. The presence of the two California teams in the meet will Insure an added zest to the competition, for great rivalry exists between these institutions.
A. C. Bickford '24, manager of the University track team, was elected president of the Association, and was appointed manager of the meet here next spring.
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