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ELEVEN IN NEED OF SUPPORT

UNDERGRADUATES SHOULD SHOW PATRIOTISM BY GOING TO PRINCETON.

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The first football mass meeting of the year was held in the Union last night. L. Withington '11 spoke concerning undergraduate support of the team at Princeton. The mistake of over-optimism and half-hearted support two years ago was fatal; the team put up a great fight but the undergraduate body didn't and we lost. This year Harvard is fighting at the scratch, and needs all the backing it can get. A large delegation at Princeton is the best encouragement which can be offered.

Q. Reynolds '14 explained the details of the Princeton trip, for which 325 men have signed up to date. Further announcements concerning this trip will be made later.

The singing was led by A. F. Pickernell '14, all the old songs being gone over several times.

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