The race of last Saturday has shown the freshmen that they still have hard work before them to put themselves in a condition to defeat their Columbia opponents on the Harlem. There is good material in the boat, but it seemed to a spectator that their stroke was too jerky to enable them to preserve their form. But they have still some time before them, which, if utilized to the utmost, will go far toward enabling them to win the approaching race. They probably receive their defeat of last Saturday in the proper spirit, and so far from being discouraged, will be only urged on to renewed efforts and determination to row a winning race.
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