Now that the snow has gone and the track is in condition for use, we shall hope to see that our athletes appreciate the necessity of hard and faithful work if they desire to retain at Harvard the cup won by our last year's Mott Haven team. We have as yet no representatives at all for the hurdles, half-mile run, pole leaping, hammer, shot, or running broad jump, and any men who may have an idea of trying for any of these events would do well to begin as soon as possible, for they all require a great deal of practice, and the time for the Mott Haven games is rapidly drawing near. Let the vacation serve as a time for good resolves, and when we come back from our week's enjoyment let all our athletes and would-be athletes begin work with renewed vigor and an earnest determination not to let the cup slip from our hands without an honest effort to retain it.
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