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The freshmen cannot be blamed for their exultant feelings over their well earned victory in the tug-of-war contest, nor for their desire to celebrate it in some fitting way; but the needless destruction of private property in the shape of front gates, is inexcusable, and deserving of the severest censure, tending as it does to bring the college into disrepute among the good citizens of Cambridge. We sincerely hope that nothing of this kind will take place again. We would also inform the freshmen that there is a college rule forbidding the kindling of bon-fires within the yard, and, althongh we think this is an uncalled for regulation, we believe in yielding obedience to established authority, and therefore trust that no more fires will be lighted within the interdicted territory.

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