Yale, who now stands first, has strong nines to meet, and victory has by no means settled down in her lap. Although she so easily defeated Princeton last week, the fielding of Ernst on Saturday may yet bring about unexpected results, and Harvard, victorious at New Haven, may well prove so on Jarvis. The case is much the same with Brown; she has already beaten Princeton, but will play the second of the series on Tuesday, and we anxiously await the issue. One more game also remains to be played with Harvard, unfortunately upon that remarkable piece of ground at Providence, and we are not over-bold in expecting a victory. Our chances, therefore, for the championship are good, but a general brace on the nine is called for, and, if for the rest of the season, they will play a steady game, we are sure of a glorious victory.
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