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In our editorial of yesterday we urged upon our readers the necessity for coming out more strongly with their subscriptions. Now there is one branch of athletics at Harvard which at present stands in great need of support from members of the university. We refer to cricket. As we have stated before in these columns, the association is obliged to procure new grounds this year by hook or by crook. Such grounds they already have in view, and they are likely to remain in view unless substantial support is received, and that before long The officers of the association have labored diligently in the part, to promote a greater interest in cricket at Harvard, than is at present apparent. We trust that this appeal, published entirely without the knowledge or request of any of the officers, may have its effect in loosening the purse-strings of those who have hitherto turned a deaf ear to such appeals.

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