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With the close of the football season and the setting in of winter weather, athletics naturally drop to a more obscure position in University life. It is now that the less conspicuous but not less important individual training which the gymnasium affords to every member of the University, takes a more prominent place. Though the gymnasium in not quite finished its approximate completion suggests once more the great indebtedness under which the whole University rests toward Mr. Augustus Hemenway by whose generosity the usefulness of the gymnasium will be so much increased.

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