IN spite of the decline of interest in boating, we see a ray of light breaking on the horizon. The letters we publish this week upon the subject of boating show that there is somewhere an interest in rowing. To turn this dawning spirit in the right direction, to so direct it that it may show us the way to victory, is what we should now give our attention to. That this desirable object may be attained we invite every one to express his view, and we promise to give all sides a fair hearing. Those who disagree with the conclusions or the processes of reasoning adopted by any of our correspondents this week cannot do better than to tell us all what they think. Then from many plans we may select the best, and the crimson next summer may possibly come up ahead of the blue.
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