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UNTIL the middle of this week it seemed as if nothing could move the apathy of the Freshman class. The fact that a challenge had been sent to Cornell, that said challenge had been accepted, and that a vote had been passed in a class-meeting to support their captain and their crew, seemed to make no impression on their minds. They spared themselves, it is true, the disgrace of withdrawing from a regatta after their challenge had been accepted; but they exposed themselves to a similar disgrace by not making any preparations. We are happy to state that a decided change has taken place within the last few days, and that the Freshmen have begun to realize their responsibilities. We believe they are capable of sending a crew that can beat Cornell, but they must not expect any such good fortune without earnestness and hard work.

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