This afternoon Harvard meets Princeton in her first championship game of the season. Our nine has strong individual players who, in spite of the disadvantage they have suffered in being unable to meet efficient opponents, have begun to play well together. We look with confidence for good work both at the bat and in the field, for the nine has done faithful work ever since Christmas. The college expects the nine to be victorious today, and this feeling of confidence among the men is certainly a good omen for the result of the contest.
Apropos of the game today, we hope the Glee Club will observe the time-honored custom of singing in the yard in the evening. Such an observance makes a fitting end for a day of hard struggle.