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AN interesting show is promised by the Executive Committee for to-morrow. The Scratch Races will be rowed over the boat-house course, and, if we can judge from the number of the entries, will be well worth seeing. According to the last accounts three Freshman-sixes had entered, and several seats had been taken in the four-oared barges. It is a pity that single-scullers who have yet to win fame on the Charles are so shy in entering the Junior race. We are confident that there are men in the under classes who pulled in singles before they came to college, and have since neglected this manly sport from sheer laziness. It is understood, we trust, that the fee of three dollars will not be exacted from men who enter for the Scratch Races. The fifty cents entrance-fee goes to purchase the chaste and unpresuming pewter mugs. It is earnestly hoped that the University will turn out large numbers of spectators and contestants to-morrow forenoon.

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