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WHEN THE TIDE FLOWS

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The proverb. "Those on whom the gods smile die young" can never blight athletic fortune, for the smiles of gods of sport are much too transient. Nevertheless, even their passing favor is pleasant. And the University may well seize the moment to observe the recent successes of its teams.

The basketball team ended its season well; the hockey and track squads have won even greater honor. The human desire for victory dictates some mention of this recent cluster of them Perhaps they do not stand for a success any the more real than seasons of uncrowned endeavor. But if defeat ought not to be unduly depressing, nor victory unduly intoxicating, it nevertheless remains that the latter is vastly the more preferable. The University is very naturally warmed by the success of its representatives and very properly unites in congratulating Captain Cumings, Captain Tibbetts, Captain Smith, and the teams which they have so ably led.

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