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Harvard Cricket Eleven.

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The prospects for a successful cricket season have never been brighter than this year. All of last year's eleven that won the intercollegiate championship by defeating Haverford and the University of Pennsylvania are back except three. They are: Clark, Pool, Adams, Richardson, Matthews, Dupont, Gray and Logan. A. P. Meade '97 and H. du P. Irving '97, both formerly of the St. Paul's School eleven, who were prevented from going to Philadelphia last spring, will be able to play this year. The most promising new men are T. M. Hastings '98, of St. Paul's School, C. E. Morgan '98, of the second Germantown eleven, and W. W. Comfort '95, who played on the Haverford eleven last year.

Four dates have been already arranged: May 4, Lowell, at Lowell; May 11, Brockton, at Brockton; May 24, Haverford, at Longwood; May 31, U. of P., at Longwood. Moreover, there will probably be a match with Lynn, a second one with Lowell, two or three with the B. A. A. at Longwood, and possibly one with St. Paul's School. There will be no trip to Philadelphia this year, as the intercollegiate matches alternate between Philadelphia and Boston. This winter Harvard joined the New England Cricket Association, of which P. H. Clark '96 has been elected a governor.

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