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An article on the baseball outlook at Harvard which appeared in the Boston Evening Record of Thursday, and which was presumably written by a Harvard student, is as contemptible a piece of journalism as is often seen. A conglomeration of distorted or utterly fictitious interviews, with ingenious inferences drawn by the writer, the article in question is not only highly discreditable to a paper which should certainly be able to secure for itself reliable correspondence, but is a disgrace to the man who is willing, for considerations of "space," to throw away all considerations of college loyalty and to envelope college athletics with the atmosphere of professional sport of the to west order.