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EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON. - One of "Portore's" suggestions in yesterdays issue of the CRIMSON certainly should be acted upon - and that immediately. I refer to his suggestion in regard to cups or similar trophies to be given to the members of last year's freshmen nine. The nine achieved what no other Harvard freshman nine had hitherto succeeded in doing - they won both games of the freshman series from Yale, they worked hard and faithfully, keeping up their training with praiseworthy assiduity; and yet their glorious victory has apparently been utterly forgotten by their apathetic classmates, It may be indeed, that this state of affairs has only existed from a lack of some one to take a lead in the matter; I trust for the sake of eighty-nine's patriotism and class-feeling that this has been the case. But it is not too late; let some energetic man start a subscription, and the college will soon see that eighty-nine is not as indifferent as she may seem.

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