It is satisfactory to learn that base ball games with Yale have been finally arranged. The failure to form a dual league according to Harvard's proposal necessarily complicated the negotiations, but the original dates have been accepted by both colleges. Upon the points of disagreement each college yielded something. The long delay and trouble in arranging these games shows one disadvantage of the present uncertain state of intercollegiate athletics, and the benefit to both Yale and Harvard of a dual league.
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