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A YALE graduate has an elaborate article in the Springfield Republican on the management of the Yale-Harvard race. He recommends that a definite course, fixed by permanent landmarks, be decided upon, and that a standing committee of graduates and citizens be appointed to manage the whole boat-race. We object to his apparently firm conviction that this race is to be henceforth and forever rowed at Springfield; and we do not believe with him that the fact that anything is done or left undone in the annual contest between Oxford and Cambridge is in itself sufficient reason that the same thing be done or left undone in the contest between Yale and Harvard. The article, however, contains good and pertinent ideas, and we commend it to the attention of the Executive Committee.

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