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THE visit of the Football Team to Canada this year raises the question of the expediency of visiting the Canadian Teams two years in succession. The Team deserve a great deal from the College at large, but we think that rather than incur the great additional expense of a yearly trip north, they had better be deprived of the pleasant journey; and, if they must play return games, have them arranged with Yale and Princeton, where we can get some of our money's worth by seeing the game rather than hearing of it. However, there is no necessity of return games either with Yale or Britannia, and if we play the Canadian Teams in Montreal one year, and in Boston the next, the expense incurred to play the Canadians will even then be almost too great for the pleasure the subscribers get from it.