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The 'varsity nine began practice yesterday. Although the outlook is not at all what it was at this time last year, we can at least hope for the best in spite of our bad prospects; last year we never expected anything else but success, and yet somehow we lost the championship at the last moment. This year when we have little reason to expect anything better than second place, fate should, by the same perverseness, give us the coveted pennant. At any rate the college will have in either case the satisfaction of knowing that nothing will be left undone by Capt. Willard and the nine, by which Harvard may return to her place at the front.

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