This evening the wrestling team ventures into new fields. It visits the home of Grand Opera en masse, not to witness the amorous advances of Carmen and Don Jose, nor the combat of Siegfried and the Dragon, but to admire the calisthenic achievements of Professor Anderson in the manly art of catch-as-catch-can. This expedition augurs well for the whole future of wrestling. It marks a new rapprochement between the professional and the academic sides of the sport. Hereafter these descendents of the gladiators need no longer confine themselves to contests of their own confreres. The bars of precedent have been let down and it will not be long before the Harvard successors to Epharmostus the Opuntian will challenge to mortal combat the redoubtable Livingston.
SUCCESSORS TO EPHARMOSTUS
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