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Tug-of-War.

Ninty-one wins the Championship.

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The deciding contest in tug-of-war between '91 and '93 took place in the gymnasium last evening. Ninety-one was the quicker in getting the drop by over an inch. At the end of one minute '91 had gained an inch and a half. During the next minute '93 had gained a quarter of an inch, but at the close of the third minute '91 had an inch and a half. The rope remained the same at four minutes, but at four and a half minutes '91 had one and three quarter inches. During the last minute in spite of '93's efforts to regain lost ground increased '91 her lead and won by two inches. The teams were made up as follows:

Ninety-one-1, P. Y. DeNormandie; 2, A. B. Nichole; 3, J. F. Bass; anchor. S. J. Higgins.

Ninety-three-1. F. Winsor; 2, P. V. K. Johnson; 3, R. Bisbee; anchor, N. T. Robb.

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