It is a great pity that the crew dinner should prove a fiasco, especially after their hard-won race last June. If it were ever becoming to banquet a crew, it would certainly be this one, who labored perseveringly in the face of defeat prophesied on all hands and were finally victorious over rivals whose method was considered easy victory or ruination, and which proved neither one nor the other. The subscribers for the dinner have come forward in ridiculously small numbers, either through forgetfulness of the near approach of the date assigned or for some less charitable reason. Let us hope it was the former cause, otherwise we shall be forced to admit a strange lack of interest among the pretended supporters of the 'Varsity.
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