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We would call attention to the notice which was printed in yesterday's CRIMSON urging the cricket men to faithful practice until the game which will be played next Wednesday with the University next Wednesday with the University of Pensylvania. Philadelphia is the home of cricket in the United States, and we may therefore expect to meet formidable opponents. It is only by faithful practice that Harvard can hope to make a favorable showing. Now, if ever, in the first years of this sport, is the time when Harvard must decide whether or not it will take the rank in cricket which it already holds in other athletics. And in connection with this, we should like to speak of another kindred matter. In the evening there will be a dinner given to the Pennsylvania cricketers. This dinner should be largely attended by the college men; nor must we let any ill-feeling, owing to the treatment received by the nine at Philadelphia, interfere with the cordial relations which have existed and must always continue to exist between Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania.

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