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While we are mourning over the cruel fate which compels us to toil so unceasingly at this time of year, we often forget, or at least fail to appreciate, the efforts which most of our athletic men are continually making during the examinations. They are training quietly and patiently throughout these weary weeks that Harvard may win more athletic laurels next spring. The course of training which these men have to undergo severely taxes their pluck and perseverance. Probably at examination times when they are exhausting so much of their mental energy, the strain is greater than at the time of a race, when they are buoyed up by the excitement of the moment. Do we fully appreciate the sacrifice which they are making for the glory of the college?

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