A small amount of ill feeling seems to have arisen between the two upper classes on account of the class football game. This is unfortunate and inconsiderate. Neither class has a right to accuse the other of intentional wrongdoing and as the class captains settled every disputed point before the game we see no reason for any dispute. In our opinion the class games must be carried on another year in a different manner. As it is now too much is left to the class captains who are evidently not fitted to deal with justice. There ought to be a committee composed of disinterested persons to whom all doubtful points should be referred, and whose judgment should be final. If this committee were appointed, there would remain no chance for any lifefeeling, and the result of the games would be more satisfactory to everyone.