The Princeton correspondent of the New York World writes: "Princeton men have never been very enthusiastic on the subject of boating, but more interest is taken in it now than for several seasons past. This is shown both by the number of candidates training for the crew, and by the amount of the subscriptions pledged in their support." Its letter from Pennsylvania University, dated last Thursday, says: "The boating outlook here is decidedly flattering, and there are between thirty and forty men in regular training. The general feeling seems to be favorable to the acceptance of all challenges, so confident does everybody appear in the merit of this season's crews-both eight-oared and four-oared-which took to the river for the first time on the 20th of March."
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