If the folly of working for a cup that cannot be won in perpetuity is to continue, Harvard ought to be able to retain even the temporary possession of it, and not let it go visiting among the various colleges. We hope that the result in New York to-day will be conducive to that end. Harvard's chances are good. If our men show, nerve they will win.
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