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NEW HAVEN, May 28, 1896.
The game with Princeton Saturday created more enthusiasm than any contest this season. Not much hope was felt that Yale would win, but the whole college went out to the game to give the team a hearty support. A good deal of feeling was manifested by both sides, but the impartial cheering later in the game did much to remove this.
The final arrangements for the Henley trip have been completed, and the men will leave Saturday, June 6, at 10 a. m., on the American liner "Berlin." The suits for the eight and substitutes have arrived, the jerseys having the half sleeves required by the English custom.
THE YALE NEWS.
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