It will be gratifying to the college, and especially so to the freshmen, to learn that at the meeting held for the purpose on Thursday evening, thirty members of '86 signified their intention of competing for a position on their class nine. Included in this number are several men who, at their fitting schools, particularly distinguished themselves in this branch of athletics, and others who, although with but little experience, still have shown remarkable aptitude for the sport. If the meeting Thursday evening, both as regards enthusiasm and in point of numbers, can be taken as an indication of '86's prospects on the ball field, we can say that they are certainly very favorable.
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