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Freshman Tug-of-war.

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At the meeting of the candidates for the freshman tug-of-war team held in the trophy room of the gymnasium yesterday afternoon, eighteen men were present. Ellsworth, '93, will take charge of the squad for the pressent, and give the men directions as to what will be done. So little time remains before the winter meeting that a regular course of training is out of the question. The men will be given the opportunity of pulling against the other class teams and against the Technology freshman team: The following men have signed: C. Brewer, 148 lbs., R. Stone 135, H. F. Butler 133, W. B. Densmore 165, A. S. Clark 147, F. A. Stearns 146, J. M. Pope 150, S. P. Hall 157, C. R.Falk 146, P. V. K. Johnson 145, W. Carey 145, F. Winsor 143, C. Merriam 135, R. G. Emmitt 148, M. Dunn 147, R. Cobb 163, A. J. Dibblee.

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