At a recent meeting of the Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association an attempt was made to settle the tie between Harvard and Columbia for the championship, but as Harvard's protest of the Pennsylvania game was not acted upon, the tie between Harvard and Columbia still stood. The protest was finally referred to James Garvin of the Crescent Athletic club. Since the point was purely a technical one it has now been decided by Harvard to withdraw the protest. For this reason the championship banner will be duplicated and one will be awarded to both Harvard and Columbia.
Lacrosse Championship Tied.
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