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The reports of the efforts being made by the men in training for the approaching inter-collegiate sports are very gratifying, and seem to indicate yet again the continually increasing interest of the university in general athletics. Such an interest is in every way commendable, and its marked appearance at this college is, we think, indicative of a growing tendency among college men in general to devote themselves more than ever before to a cultivation of systematic physical growth and of gymnastic exercises. In the present case, however, the chief thing is to be assured that the present industry in training will continue unabated until the day of the meeting in New York.