ON Saturday last the Lacrosse Team won the champion flags from three other colleges, Princeton, Columbia, and New York University, by a score of four to nothing against the last and three to nothing against the first named team, our men showing themselves throughout (to quote a New York paper) "A well-trained, active, and heavy team." We think that by its energy and perseverance in the face of indifference and discouragement, the Lacrosse Team has proved incontestably its right to the support and approval of the College. In these champion flags it has the very best possible plea for existence; for no branch of athletics which represents us so creditably in our contests with other colleges can afford to be abolished. We admire the pluck of our Lacrosse men, and are glad to offer them our heartiest congratulations for their success thus far and our best wishes for the future.
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