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This afternoon Harvard plays what must prove to be her most decisive game of this season. To say nothing of the chances for winning first place, one of the next three games with Yale must be won to tie with Princeton for second place; and in no other game will Harvard have the advantage she has this afternoon. The work of the nine this spring has been somewhat of a disappointment, but we feel that their lack of success has been due fully as much to ill-support form the college as to continued poor work on the part of the team itself. Today there will be a chance for both the college and the nine to redeem themselves We expect the nine to play a steady winning game from the start. From the college the team will look for loyal support and enthusiasm. It may seem strange that there should be any doubt that the college would do its part in an important game. Those who witnessed the first Princeton game, however, will bear witness that the efforts of the college were exceedingly feeble compared with its capabilities. There is never the slightest excuse for lack of enthusiasm from the men, and today least of all should poor support be given. Unless the college does its part in a whole-souled manner the nine stand not the slightest chance of victory.

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