The victory over Princeton gives immense satisfaction. Before the game it was felt that Harvard had a fighting show but nothing more; yet the nine won, won handily, and won on their merits. It was beautiful work. Stung by the defeat at the hands of Pennsylvania, the nine came out to play the game of their lives; they threw all their power into their work from the moment play was begun, and astonished the spectators by the game they showed themselves capable of playing. It was the most gratifying victory won by Harvard this year, and to Captain Wiggin and every man on the nine we extend our warmest congratulations.
NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED