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Intercollegiate Cricket Association.

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A meeting of the association was held in Philadelphia on April 4th, Harvard being represented by R. D. Brown, '90, and T. W. Batch, '90. The meeting was called to order by President Wood. Harvard moved that the intercollegiate games be played according to the American plan, that is that each innings shall be divided into three turns. After a long debate the motion was carried, Harvard and Pennsylvania voting in the affirmative, and Haverford in the negative. It was decided to ask Columbia, in view of the fact that she will have a cricket eleven this spring, to join the association, and also to send towards the end of June a team picked from the elevens of all the colleges on a tour through Canada, and, if possible, play a match with a team representing the colleges of the Dominion. A committee of three-Messrs. Baily, Colladay, and Brown-was appointed to make the necessary arrangements for the trip.

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