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The months of January and February make up the formative period of college athletics. They are dreary months and quiet ones, for the work done seems to bring no immediate reward, but withall they are perhaps the most important of any in the year. As the university knows to some sorrow,

Harvard has suffered in the intercollegiate athletic world, but it remains with her and her only whether the performance of last year is to be repeated or whether Harvard is once more to claim the leadership to which she is entitled by her size, her age, and her prestige. We do not think that the importance of this question is fully appreciated by the members of this university. Harvard must return to the front rank and if she is to do this it will be through the work done during the winter months. We hope that this little reminder will not be forgotten by those who are now working in gymnasium.

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