We are asured that our freshman nine will work its hardest for victory this afternoon. If the college supports the team with an equal earnestness, there should be no doubt of the result. What the freshmen need to make them win is an enthusiastic crowd of men and plenty of cheering. These are by far the two most important factors, yet it sometimes seems hard for the college to realize this condition of affairs. Unless they realize it once for all this afternoon, there is little hope of our winning the game. The freshmen are our representatives and the college must support them as enthusiastically as it does the 'varsity. In other words, to repeat, the college must turn out in a body to the game and must do some of the most vociferous cheering that has ever been heard on Holmes Field.
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