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The plan of holding fall class races has not been received with any marked signs of satisfaction by the college. It has many bad points which can hardly be overlooked. In the first place the item of expense comes into prominence. The accounts of the several class crews all go to show that the burden of crew expense is already sufficiently heavy. Then the question of training demands attention. It certainly seems that. with the short time at hand for preparation, the proposed races would be of but little more account than a scratch race on a large scale. With these and other objections to be advanced against the adoption of the new plan it is unfortunate that the measure was not more thoroughly discussed before final action was taken.

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