The re-election of Cumnock, '91, as captain of the eleven is from all points of view a fitting close to the foot-ball season. The energy and the skill which Captain Cumnock has shown has earned for him the confidence not only of the college but of the graduates as well. Harvard men may certainly feel that whatever mistakes may have been made will be corrected and whatever new ought to be done will be accomplished. The eleven is certainly in the best of hands, and the prospects for foot-ball in the future are better than they ever have been in the past.
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