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Plans for an intensive schedule of winter House sports are being made, and the meeting of the Interhouse Athletic Council on Wednesday should bring forth a well defined program.
Two innovations are in line for athletically inclined House members. On November 18 a new House Indoor Baseball League will have its first games, and later, possibly before Christmas, House track teams will vie in dual meets with one another.
House baseball is to be played in the Briggs Cage at 4.30 o'clock in the afternoon, in order to make it more convenient for those burdened with afternoon labs and lectures to participate.
In the House track association there will be two circuits of four teams, each team to meet every other in the circuit, the squad topping each circuit to contend for the championship. There will be only seven or eight events, mostly running events, in order to eliminate those in which there is not likely to be much competition.
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