All congratulations and thanks to Captain Dean and the nine for yesterday's victory over Yale. They have justified the confidence placed in them, for although Yale played strongly and made the game so close that the result was in doubt until the end, the Harvard team rose to the emergency at critical temes and showed plenty of steadiness and nerver. Now if it only wins the second game and the series it will have done more for the University than any other athletic team has done for several years. By yesterday's work the men have shown that they can win out the series; and, since they must realize how thoroughly the whole University is with them, we believe that they will.
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