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The Harvard cricket eleven started on their Philadelphia trip yesterday afternoon via Fall River for New York. They will play Staten Island today at Staten Island, and will proceed to Philadelphia immediately after.
Friday the team will play the University of Pennsylvania eleven at Manheim and after the game will be given a dinner by the Pennsylvania eleven. On Saturday afternoon the whole team will go to see the Harvard-Pennsylvania baseball game at Franklin Field, and Saturday evening the eleven will be given a dance by Haverford at the Merion Cricket Club.
The last game will be played against Haverford at the Haverford cricket grounds on Monday. This should be a close game as the teams are far more evenly matched than are Harvard and Pennsylvania. Haverford pays but little attention to any other sport and can always be depended on to put up a steady game.
The men who have been taken are: C. E. Morgan, T. M. Hastings, A. Drinkwater, R. H. Carleton, R. Haughton, H. Gray, Ward, Edwards, J. Wilder, Towner, P. Dove, Horstmann, E. A. Waters.
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