THIS afternoon, for the third time, Harvard and Yale will hold their annual track athletic games. For two years we have won the cup by clearly superior work. Today the outcome is likely to be in doubt until the very end. A comparison of the records of the two colleges this spring gives the victory to Harvard by a very close margin. Such estimates are, however, notoriously unreliable. We place our hopes rather on the confidence which we feel in the men individually and as a team. They have trained faithfully under the guidance of Mr. Lathrop, whose skill has always triumphed over adverse circumstances, and we believe that they will bring honor to themselves and the University. There is no need to urge up on the team the necessity of working for every possible point. The men realize the closeness of the contest and will enter their respective events with a perfectly clear idea of what they must do and, do it we are confident they will.