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Now that the foot-ball season has closed with such a halo of success to the freshman eleven, it behooves that the members of the team should turn their attention to rowing and do their best to put the crimson and white once more to the front at New London. The first championship has been gained by the freshmen over Yale, and with energy and perseverance there is no reason why '90 should not duplicate her foot-ball victory by gaining the base-ball championship and another later in the spring on the water. Especially should attention be given from now until the spring to rowing on the hydraulic machines in the gymnasium, as the Columbia freshmen have already gone to work with a determination to wipe out their defeats of the past two years. With proper support and encouragement from the class, and proper training on the part of the members of the nine and crew, there is no reason why '90 should not have the proud record of winning three championships in one year.

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