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CRIMSON ISSUES CHALLENGE

To Gold Coast Burlesquers.--Will Lampy Invite Death and Destruction?

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Last evening a member of the CRIMSON Board was walking by the queer looking tomb on Mt. Auburn street, when a youth, his features tumbling about in fear at his own boldness, stuck his head out of a stained-glass window and yelled feebly "E-yah!" Since the CRIMSON so disastrously put to rout Lampy's hobblers in last year's relay race and decisively defeated the funny fellows in baseball, the jokers have been humble as pie. Again, however, an evidence of life is seen, and the CRIMSON, believing such affrontery should be crushed in its infancy, desires to chastise the offenders. Hockey, being the season's sport, it seems altogether fitting and proper that the CRIMSON should in this sport, prove its superiority over John's Journal, as it has already done in other sports. Hence, this challenge to a contest on the ice is issued to Lampy, details to be settled later. Does Lampy accept and die?

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