A telegram was received last evening from Yale, announcing that the considerations offered by the Harvard freshmen had been accepted, and that the game would accordingly be played in New Haven on the 31st of this month. This seems to us a most satisfactory outcome of the bickering that have been going on between the two colleges all this spring. It puts the games for the future on a perfectly fair and honorable basis, and makes an end of all trouble as to when and where they shall be played.
Now let the freshmen go to New Haven and win; it is quite time that Yale's continued success should be turned into defeat. The game is more than a close affair; it is of interest to the whole college, and '87 will have the best wishes of the university for their success on Saturday next.