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At 4 o'clock this afternoon Coach Jaakko Mikkola will send the first wave of his record-sized 107-man cross country squad on the 3.7 mile University Intramural Handicap. Starting from behind the Newell Boat House, the event will serve as a time trial for every man, and the times of the first ten will be an indication of the calibre of this year's Varsity.
On the basis of today's running, Mikkola said the Varsity team will be chosen for the four-way intercollegiate meet October 11, when Tufts, Holy Cross, and M.I.T., will meet the Crimson at Franklin park.
Six different contingents of runners will compete in today's race, with the Varsity tailing the other five heats.
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