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While the other Yale papers have seemed to urge the lacrosse players at Yale to join the league, the Courant, being of the opinion that such a plan is inexpedient, seems to think that Yale had better drop out of the league altogether. The Courant says: "If the men who play lacrosse would like to re-enter the inter-collegiate contests of skill, they certainly should be encouraged, but why once in they dropped out has never been satisfactorily explained. As soon as '87 leaves college the lacrosse players also leave, for most of these are from that class. Suppose we do go into the game again, the probabilities are that we drop out at the end of the next season. If this is the case, why not stay out once for all?"

We sincerely hope that Yale will enter the league, and that the lack of enthusiasm, of which the Courant complains, will least, not be permanent.

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