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The following correspondence has passed, relative to a race between the University of Pennsylvania and Yale:
PHILADELPHIA, March 11, 1890.
DEAR SIR.- As secretary of our committee on rowing, I am instructed to write to you in reference to making the preliminary arrangements for a university race between Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania. I believe that in the past it has been customary for the captain of your university crew to represent Yale in the making of the terms for such a race, therefore will you kindly let me hear from you at your earliest don venience. Yours sincerely,
CHAS. S. POTTS.To Captain Allen.
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