The cricket eleven have opened their series of championship matches with a decisive victory over Haverford. They deserve hearty congratulations, not only for starting the season so ausspiciously, but for breaking the long series of defeats which in past years has clouded the reputation of cricket at Harvard as an intercollegiate sport. Since the cricketers of Haverford proved not invincible, Harvard may look forward to her second championship match with increased confidence, and hope to alter the record of previous years against the University of Pennsylvania. If Harvard should be compelled to withdraw from the intercollegiate cricket league next year, it will be especially satisfactory to leave after the best record since their membership.
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