There are only two ways left for the class of 1908 to redeem its athletic reputation in the eyes of the College. The loss of the football game makes the winning of the next baseball game and the boat race at New London absolute necessities. Whether the class has shown indifference or lack of spirit in the past is not the question. The matter before us now is to beat Yale on Saturday, and with this end in view, it is the duty of every member of the class of 1908, to be at the game, and to help his team win. G. G. BALL. P. BOYER. G. EMERSON. L. FISCHEL. C. WIGGINS. J. L. DERBY.
Letter to the Freshman Class
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