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INTERCOLLEGIATES WILL BE AT FRANKLIN FIELD IN MAY

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At the meeting of the I. C. A. A. A. A. held in New York last Saturday it was voted that the forty-ninth annual meet of that organization be held next May on Franklin Field in Philadelphia. At the same meeting an amendment to the constitution was made providing that no individual can participate in a meet for more than three years. Had this ruling gone into effect for Saturday's meet, as many urged, Georgetown's chances would have been seriously impaired, as several of her representatives have competed already for three years. A strong protest, however, by the University delegation against the immediate application of this rule resulted in its suspension until the beginning of the next college year.

It was also voted by the Association that recommendation be made to the Executive Committee for the addition of a two-mile steeplechase to the list of outdoor events.

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