On the same day as the intercollegiate games in New York the freshmen play their last game with Yale '94. This is another game which depends almost entirely on the support which the teams receive. We have been urging the University as a whole to attend the intercollegiate games. The freshmen are most emphatically included in this number who ought to go to New York; but we hope that such a large proportion of the rest of the college will go to New York that a goodly number of freshmen can be spared to accompany their nine to New Haven. University games are always of the first consideration; but a freshman contest with Yale is important enough to be entitled to the warmest support it can possibly receive. Ninety-four men must see that it receives this support.
NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED