The large number of foot-ball games between scrub elevens this fall shows that interest in the game is by no means on the wane at Harvard. The interest too which the class games excite is by no means small. All this gives promises of exciting contests next year, should the faculty again allow us to play our old antagonists. Foot-ball is a game which cannot die even in the face of numerous discouragements. To-day the second scheduled class game is to be played, and a large number of students will doubtless turn out and support their favorites. Eighty-seven has a very strong eleven, and the men have done conscientious work in their practice. Eighty-eight has substantially the team of her freshman year, and will prove worthy of her more experienced opponents.
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