The Boat Club needs money. It is in debt and its expenses are increasing year by year. We feel that appeal has been made on the purse of the students until further aid from that source cannot be expected. The alumni of the college should feel that they still are Harvard men in all athletic contests. They share in the regret and glory of Harvard's defeats and victories, and an appeal to them for money should carry with it a sense of obligation.
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