We would like to call the attention of the H. U. B. B. C. Management to the fact that, while Harvard holds the championship pennant, there is no flagpole from which it may proudly float during championship games. A good-sized pole could be erected - say behind the back stop on Holmes - at a comparatively small expense, and the presence of the prize for which they were fighting would urge on the players to greater efforts, and lend a greater interest to the game in the eyes of the spectators. Why could not this be done before the last championship game with Yale on the 26th? The management of the H. U. B. B. C. has shown energy and wisdom in other matters; let it show the same good qualities in regard to what we believe the college really needs, and what it ought by all means to have.
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