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DENNIS AND FARRELL VIE AS SPORTING WEATHER MEN

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Coach Farrell, when questioned yesterday by a CRIMSON reporter as to the date when the track team would reach the cinders said, "A week from Monday for certain and probably before then if the weather continues warm enough."

The reporter then went on to interview Dennis Enright, who is in charge of the University Athletic Grounds, on the baseball situation. "The diamonds are drying up much faster than I thought they would and the team may be able to get out toward the end of next week. The chief obstacle we encounter is the mighty frosts which keep the water from sinking down. The time the team gets out depends entirely on how much frost we have in the next week."

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