The record of the cricket eleven shows a great improvement over the work of previous years. Not only were more games won and better scores made than in 1889, but the individual records were better, and there was less dependence upon the batting of one or two men. The team did not succeed in bringing the championship to Harvard, but came nearer than ever before. With an equal amount of improvement in next year's play, the eleven will stand more than an equal chance of ending the season as college champions. But next year will be a particularly hard one, on account of the loss of some of the best players. Nothing but the hardest work can make up for the absence of these men. Steady practice will do a great deal, however, and with the support from the college which the team deserves, the coming season ought to be more successful than the last.
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