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We feel that the disgraceful uproar that occurred in the yard last night cannot be too strongly condemned. We understand that a large element and the best element of Ninety-five was opposed to the rush and took no part in it. To them we feel confident that we may express the approbation and the thanks of the university, though we regret that their good influence was not sufficient to avert the scene of last night. The individual members of the class who took part in the rush can feel that they have acted in a childish, ungentlemanly part, which has brought censure upon themselves and through them upon the class to which they belong.

It is hardly necessary to refer to Ninety-six. The uproar and confusion that they created and their schoolboy hand to hand conflicts were highly discreditable to them. They have yet to learn that now they are supposed to have ceased to be schoolboys, that their conduct here ought to be gentlemanly, and that last night's performance was both foolish and disgraceful.

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