In the dual track games, more regularly than in any other athletic contests, Harvard has of late been victorious over Yale. It is this year particularly desirable that her supremacy in this direction should be maintained, and the games of Saturday give very good grounds for the hope that it will be. The records made were in most cases very gratifying. Still more so was the skill in racing which many of the men showed. Harvard will put a strong team on the field on the eighteenth. Of the men who won places in Saturday's games, only one will be unable to compete against Yale, and that one took only a second place.
After the records which were made in the recent games at Yale, intense interest will centre about her meeting with Harvard. Event after event promises to be hard fought and exciting; if Harvard wins she will have just cause for pride. We believe that out of the list of entries on another page, men will be found to outdo the best athletes whom Yale can bring against them; and we are glad that so interesting and important a contest is to be settled where all Harvard men may see it.