At the baseball game yesterday the applause from the Harvard spectators at several of Brown's errors was very noticeable. Whether or not this applause was due to the debilitating effects of the recent class games, it is impossible to say. There is no great harm in carrying on our class games as we do; but it is a serious matter when we begin to applause our opponents' errors in a 'varsity game. It is a matter so serious as to bring Harvard's good name into question unless it is speedily remedied.
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