We are glad to notice that the Yale Record takes their freshman eleven to task for their conduct in "crawling" from the foot ball match with Harvard. The Record in closing its editorial says: "There are more euphonious terms than 'crawl,' but none more expressive," and then concludes by adding: "Whatever may be said as to the wisdom of the captain, the chief fault lies, without doubt, with those men who did not care enough for the athletic honor of their college to forego the little pleasure of which an early return would deprive them. The longer they stay at Yale, the better will they learn that athletic success is the result of individual hard work and self-denial."
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May 06, 2017