The College Year-book and Athletic Record for the Academic Year 1896-97

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Stone & Kimball, 1897 - Athletics - 592 pages
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Page 319 - July 16, when the University was formally transferred to its permanent home. Instruction began at Berkeley in the autumn of 1873. The new Constitution of 1879 made the existing organization of the University perpetual.
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