At the freshman class meeting on Tuesday evening, it was unanimously voted to accept Yale's proposal to row with the Columbia and Harvard freshmen, provided Columbia would agree. The arrangements were left to the managers of the crew. This is practically the same decision which was arrived at some time ago by the management, so it only remains to get Columbia's consent. When the proposal made by Yale was forwarded by the managers of the Harvard crew to Columbia, she refused to give any decision in the matter until she heard the opinion of our freshman class. This opinion has been rendered, and the freshmen await the result with anxiety. We trust that future Harvard freshmen will never be compelled to regret the action of '89.
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