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The undersigned having heard that there is an impression prevalent among the students of Harvard University that in order to make the 'varsity or class crews it is necessary to be a member of some prominent society or club, or to come from Boston or vicinity, wish emphatically to contradict such reports or impressions and now to assure all fellows who wish to row that they will be given a full and fair trial irrespective of whether they are society or club men and irrespective of where they come from.
Every one who is able is hereby heartily requested to report to the captain on January 4, 1896, at 4 p. m.
JOHN R. BULLARD, JR., Capt. R. C. WATSON, Coach.
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