It would seem, should there be any such factor left in Harvard life as "class feeling," as if the pennant offered to the class winning the greatest number of events in these winter meetings ought to arouse a certain amount of enthusiasm. The competition for it will be very close, and it is entirely a matter of speculation as to which class will receive it. It is certainly an honor worth working for and ought to stimulate each class to see that it is well represented in each contest, so that it may have a fair chance of securing it. Such a prize should go to the class that really deserves it, and any such class will have only themselves to thank if it falls into the hands of another.
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