THE Nine have been wisely improving all their opportunities during the past two weeks in getting that best of all practice, game playing; and, with one exception, they have met with unbroken success. They showed a perhaps unnecessary devotion to the cause by arranging a game for Saturday last, which, in a measure, conflicted with the football game; but their enthusiasm augurs continued success. The college games will soon begin. The first will be played to-morrow with Brown at Providence; a week later, the 12th inst., comes a game with Amherst at Amherst; and on the 26th inst. the first game with Yale. We trust that some games may soon be arranged to be played out here, so that all may enjoy an early opportunity to see the Nine play.
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