The University and Freshman cross country teams will both meet Dartmouth and Massachusetts Institute of Technology this afternoon in three cornered races at 4 o'clock over the Charles River course.
Harvard will be favorite in the University race. The Crimson has defeated Holy Cross, 15 to 45, and New Hampshire, 19 to 44. Dartmouth has won from Norwich, 15 to 50, and M.I.T. has not yet raced. In 1929, when the Crimson and Green held a dual meet, Harvard won, 20 to 36.
The course has been changed to enable the runners to finish as near as possible to the New Field House, Soldiers Field. The University race will start at the Brown and Nichols corner, and will continue along the Cambridge side of the Charles River to the Mt. Auburn cemetery. The runners will then complete two loops over and around the hill back of the cemetery, and will cross the Watertown Bridge, finishing the race near the Boston side of the Larz Anderson Bridge. The Freshman course will begin at the same place but will omit the "loops" to reduce the course to about three miles.
The lineups: Harvard: G. N. Barrie '32, Sturtevant Burr '31, David Cobb '31, J. W. Fobes '32, B. E. Estes '32, Arthur Foote '33, R. G. Hodges '32, M. Wheelwright '33, R. P. Wesley '33, J. N. Fox '32. Dartmouth: Huckins, Rubin, Langley, Benezit, Richardson, Bush, Sanborn, Whitney, M.I.T.: Baltzer, Allbright, Gilman, McNiff, Fisk, Clark, Gerhardt, Conant, Masters, Robinson, Cashman, Burdick.
Freshmen: Harvard: A. B. Hallowell '34, J. N. Estabrook '34, J. Parten '34, J. R. Levan '34, T. A. Robinson '34, A. Hansen '34, R. F. Estes '34, A. Sawyer '34, W. H. Power '34, J. R. White '34.