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The annual winter classic the H-D-C triangular meet will be replaced next spring by a Quadrangular Indoor Track and Field meet among Yale, Harvard, Dartmouth, and Cornell, it was announced yesterday by the Committee on the Regulation of Athletic Sports. The inclusion of Yale in this winter event has long been urged in sporting circles. The meet next year is scheduled for March 7 in the Boston Garden.
Participation of the Harvard track and field team in the second annual Heptagonal Games to be held May 9, 1936 was announced at the same time. The competing colleges will be Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Pennsylvania, Princeton, and Yale. The situs of these games for 1936 will be determined later.
Another departure promulgated by the Committee will be replacing the Greater Boston Intercollegiate meet with a Harvard Relay Carnival. Entries will be restricted to the New England colleges, preparatory schools, and high schools, according to tentative plans. This carnival will be staged on April 25, 1936.
A detailed schedule of the events will be announced in the next future.
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