We are heartily tired of replying to the puerile attacks the Yale Courant has seen fit to make upon us in its endeavor to prove certain "facts" that we have already commented on in regard to the freshman game. If that sheet would only resume the reasonable tone it used to show occasionally some time ago, and would use a little good sense, or better, a little common fairness when dealing with Harvard, we should be most happy to refer to it. But so long as it descends to such impertinence as its past issue exhibits, its remarks can only be treated with the contempt they deserve.
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