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To the Editors of the Daily Crimson:
Some time ago there appeared a communication in your columns in regard to souvenirs to be given to the members of the football team. Since that time no action has been taken in regard to the matter. It would certainly seem as if some sort of remembrance should be given to the eleven. For those graduating, especially,- though they will need no reminder of the victory,- a token from the college that their work was appreciated would be extremely gratifying.
The movement should be made spontaneously or not at all; but I have no doubt that if a start were made, the feeling of enthusiasm over the glorious work of the eleven would carry it through with a rush.
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