The first championship game will be played by the cricket eleven Saturday, May 23, against Haverford. The game will begin at 9 o'clock and be brought to a close at 3.30 sharp, in order to give time for the Cycling Assoiation's race meet. An effort was made to avoid this conflict of dates, but the 23d was the only Saturday possible for the bicyclists, and the cricket club was unable to change the scheduled date so late in the season. The cricket men, therefore, have agreed to allow the Cycling Association to use the field late in the afternoon. The game with Yale will be played at New Haven May 30, and the game with Pennsylvania on Holmes field June 3. The game with the Boston Athletic Association next Saturday and the game with St. Paul's at Concord June 6, complete the list.
The team at present is not a strong one, although it played a drawn game with Lowell, the champions of New England last year, and won from Brockton. Only six of the men have played on the team before, and of the six new men who have been tried only one has proved satisfactory. There are still four places to be decided upon.