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FROM what we can learn of the class of '85 at Yale, men may be there obtained for her crew who will be almost as valuable as those who have left. Yale, though she has suffered a heavy loss, will, no doubt, prove a worthy antagonist, and can only be beaten, if she be beaten at all, by earnest work on our part. For this reason it seems to us that our tone should be one of mingled hope and determination, with no feeling of confidence that the result next year must be favorable to us.