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If the Stadium is at last to be the scene of a Harvard football victory over Yale, the team must have undergraduate spirit and enthusiasm back of it. Every member of the cheering section, in recognition of the duty entailed by the fact that he has been allotted one of the best seats in the Stadium, and every man who has not applied for a seat in this section, in view of the fact that he has already partially failed in his support of the team, in expected to be present in the Union this evening at 7.15 o'clock for the last mass-meeting of the year.
Coach Percy D. Haughton '99 under whose efficient leadership Harvard has been returned victorious twice, and tied twice, with only one loss, in the last five years, will speak this evening at this meeting.
Q. Reynolds '14 and A. F. Pickernell '14 will lead the cheers and songs, which are to be perfected tonight.
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