THE reputation of our foot-ball eleven has grown to such an extent in the past two years that on Monday they will be called upon to face adversaries whose very coming is an honor to us. The Canadian "team" will be much stronger than the one we were fortunate enough to defeat last fall, and we cannot but look upon our chance for victory now as extremely doubtful. Whatever may be the result of the game, we have an opportunity of repaying, to some extent, the hospitality we have received in our visits to Montreal, and which has often been mentioned in this paper. We cannot provide for our Canadian friends such entertainments as we saw in Montreal, but whatever is in our power will certainly be done.
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