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This afternoon, at four promptly, the eleven will leave the Square to play its last, and, next to the Yale game, the most important game of the season. If ever a hearty send-off to the team and to the University, today is the time. So far, the chief fruit of the labor and self-sacrifice of coaches and players has been disappointment. The team have been criticized as few teams in the past have been and go to Philadelphia more or less under a cloud. That they will do all that men can to retrieve themselves goes without saying. The important thing is to show them the confidence that the College still feels in them.

Today, then, Harvard has a chance to give her team support when they need it most.