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To the Editors of the Crimson:
There was once an athletic meeting that happened to attend which commenced on time. A new organization managed it, their first attempt, and probably they didn't know any better. But it does seem a pity that our annual class races cannot get started inside of two hours behind the time set. If experience teaches that the boats can't be got off before half past five why not announce that hour? As it regularly has been everybody goes at four o'clock, fearing the possibility that by accident the race may start on time, and must wait an hour or two. Cannot this year's management make a reputation by setting a time which can be kept and keeping it.
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