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The History of Harvard's Commencement, Explained
Below is appended the records of the Harvard and Yale nines since the beginning of their intercollegiate contests in 1868. Both universities have won twenty-nine games. In 1883 Harvard led Yale six in games won. Since then Yale has improved disproportionately and has won enough games over Harvard to make the score a tie. In this condition the present season opens. It remains to be seen whether we forge ahead of our rivals or permit Yale to continue their victorious career.
Since 1883, the points won by Yale have been 128 to 121 by Harvard. The scores indicate a much closer series than the reality. Yale has won 14 games to Harvard's8.
The Harvard-Yale freshman games have resulted as follows: Since 1868 Harvard has won 13 to 23 for her opponents. Harvard '89, is the only class which has defeated Yale in both games since 1868.
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