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THE Fall Races take place at two o'clock tomorrow, over the Union course. Efforts will be made to avoid all delays, and probably it will be easy for the same person to see the races and match between Yale and Tufts. Besides the usual prizes of goblets and mugs for the members of the winning crews in both races, the Graduates' Cup is to be rowed for by the sixes. This cup is now on exhibition in one of the windows under Holyoke House. The names of the victorious six will be handed down to posterity on the parchment which accompanies the cup, - an honor which will increase with time till it shall far surpass the transitory glory of a tarnished goblet or a dingy beer-mug.

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