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J. L. Reid '29, of Somerville, was chosen captain of the University cross-country team for 1927 yesterday.
Although this is his first year of collegiate competition, Reid was the first Harvard runner to finish in the Intercollegiates this fall, coming in thirteenth, and he came in third in the Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet at New Haven, being the first Crimson man to cross the tape. He placed first or second in the other meets in which the team participated this fall.
Reid came to Harvard from Somerville High School, and was a regular member of the Freshman lacrosse team last year.
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