To the freshman crew about to leave Cambridge for New London, we extend our best wishes. The event in which they are to participate is of interest, not only to their class, but to the whole college. The year's work done by the crew and captain show that they appreciate the responsibility resting on them, and will do their best to add another to our numerous victories on the Thames. The crew is a powerful one and ought to inspire confidence in its well wishers; but as the latest reports from New London show, no mean adversaries will be found in the Columbia freshman crew. This afternoon the freshmen take their last pull in Cambridge, and it will consequently be the last opportunity their classmates who cannot go to New London, will have of seeing them row. Let us hope that the members of eighty seven will extend to their crew a no less cordial farewell than was lately given the university crew.
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