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The History of Harvard's Commencement, Explained

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The junior class of Cornell have decided to invest a surplus of $50 accruing from the class ball in a gold medal. The medal is to be known as the Eighty-eight Junior Ball Committee Medal, and is to be competed for annually. The winner, who is to be the best general athlete, holds the medal until the contest of the following year when he delivers it to the athletic council, and the council again awards it to the successful athlete of that year. The medal is a fine one, and will be finished in a few days.

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