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The suggestion advanced in the HERALD last spring, and lately repeated by the Advocate and Crimson, that means be afforded by the boat club for the practice of rowing and the use of boats to others than those who are in regular training as members of some one of the crews, is, we think, well worthy of careful consideration. Rowing is certainly an exercise that many would gladly participate in if only an opportunity were offered; as it is now there is little if any chance for its practice among us. It is almost certain that no private enterprise will afford this chance; and therefore it would seem to devolve upon the boat club almost as a duty to provide means for this admirable recreation and exercise.