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WE publish in another column a comparative table of athletic sports, from which it will be seen that we were beaten in every event, except the three-mile run, a race which was on but one other programme. Undoubtedly, the fact that Jarvis had not been in a condition for use has much to do with the poor showing in athletics Harvard makes this year; but we hope that the comparison, so unfavorable this year, may be changed next spring, and that the Athletic Association may again meet with the success which it once had.