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The near approach of the fall meetings held by the Athletic Association induces us to say a word to the freshmen on the subject of track athletics. The Mott Haven Cup has now been ours for six consecutive years. To bring it again to Cambridge will require the most strenuous efforts on the part of the, whole college. The loss met with every year by the graduation of the athletes in the senior class can be made good only by recruits from among the freshmen. From them, then, the college expects a strong delegation to compete for the vacant places on the team. A special meeting is held every fall for freshmen only, in which the winners receive suitable prizes. In these sports every freshman of fair physique is expected to enter. We urge eighty-nine to make its meeting a success by presenting a large field of entries in every event.