"It is hard to comprehend" says the Clipper, speaking of the crowds that always stand outside the fence at Harvard, "why the different athletic associations allow so much money to slip from their hands, which could be expended upon the grounds and for expenses. It would be an easy matter for them to combine, and if Jarvis field cannot be fenced in, inclose Holmes field. A covered grand-stand is almost a neccessity, and the benefit to be derived from such a measure, both pecuniarily and in the increased interest that would result, is inestimable. As matters now stand, fully half the spectators at any game witness it free of charge." If the Clipper will have patience, Harvard hopes to see these changes realized before long.
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