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INFORMAL TRACK MEET FOR FRESHMEN THIS AFTERNOON

Hammer Throw Event Postponed From Fall Handicap Meet to be Run Off

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E. C. Haggerty '27, University track coach, has announced that today at 3 o'clock in the New Baseball Cage there will be an informal track meet for those Freshmen who have been practising since the close of the football season. Since a number of these men will be unable to attend tomorrow, the names of those who will compete are still unknown.

The meet, which will bring the track season of 1930 to a close, has been provided as an incentive to the track-work of the past two or three weeks. It has been planned to consist of four events: the 35-yard dash, the 35-yard high-hurdles, a SSO-yard race, and a one-lap relay race. At the same time, in the Old Cage, the final event of the University Fall Handicap meet will be played off. It will be the 35 pound hammer-throwing contest, which was indefinitely postponed last autumn on account of lack of the necessary equipment.

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