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The class races are over at last and the nervous tension that prevaded a large part of the college community for the past week has ceased to be felt. The crews rowed a very close and exciting race and surprised even the best informed by the order in which they pulled across the finish. We wish to congratulate '87 on her well-earned success, as by winning this race she placed the victor's wreath on her head which will be remembered long after the members of the present seniors are scattered in the four corners of the world.

The other classes, especially '89 and '90, have just reason to be pleased with the efforts of their crews. As for '88 who worked hard and faithfully, let them cheer up and determine to follow the example of '87 and lead the crews in their graduating year.

The management of the University Boat Club are to be thanked for the satisfactory manner in which the race was conducted.

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