The University will close a successful year of sports if victories result in the baseball games and crew race with Yale. Should it triumph in both events it will have a record of eight victories over Yale out of ten sports, four of these being in major events.
The comparison of the University and Cornell shows that Cornell has a slight advantage, each having won two major sport events, while Cornell has won three and the University two minor sport events.
A comparison of the University, Yale and Cornell shows that in the major sports Cornell has two championships to her credit, while the University has one. Yale must defeat the University in both the baseball series and the crew race to prevent it from taking these titles, provided the latter wins on the diamond this week. In the minor sports all three have their share of the honors.
The University has thus far won championships in hockey and tennis. Yale has a claim on the wrestling and swimming titles. Cornell claims the football, track and lacrosse titles.
The records of the University teams in their games with Yale and Cornell are as follows, the winner and score being given:
With Yale--Football, Harvard, 41-0; hockey, Harvard, 2-0, 4-2; track, Yale, 40 2-3, 63 1-3; crew, have not met yet; baseball, have not met yet; cross-country, Harvard, 27-29; fencing, Yale, 5-4, 28-18; swimming, Yale, 44-9; wrestling, Yale, 34-9; golf, Yale, 4-2; lacrosse, Harvard, 2-0; tennis, Harvard, 7-2.
With Cornell--Football, Cornell, 10-0; hockey, Harvard, 2-0; track, Cornell, 83-34; crew, Harvard, by 1 3/4 lengths; baseball, do not meet; cross-country, Cornell, 35-76; fencing, no dual meet, 19-18; swimming, did not meet; wrestling, did not meet; golf, Harvard, 5-1; lacrosse, Cornell, 5-2; tennis, Harvard, 6-0.