So far this year Harvard athletic teams have enjoyed rare success and won three intercollegiate championships. The football team covered itself with glory, the cross-country men won all of their races, and finally the hockey team completed a splendid season by defeating Yale and Princeton. So in two major sports and a branch of another, Harvard teams have not only beaten representatives of Yale, but have established themselves as intercollegiate champions.
During the next two months will take place the training and preparation for the remaining important athletic events of the year. The baseball, track, and crew squads have before them the final period of hard, earnest work that must be done to fit them for their strenuous contests. In this work the accomplishments of the football, hockey, and cross-country teams stand out as achievements that stimulate an eager determination to follow. Thus far the baseball and crew squads have encountered all sorts of obstacles that have retarded their development. In order to overcome all of these early difficulties our teams must put forth their very best efforts and bend every energy to gain success. The opportunity is presented to make this the most famous year in Harvard's athletic history; let us make the most of the opportunity.