As yet nothing has been done about appointing men to lead the cheering in the coming Harvard - Yale game. It seems a pity that the cheering should be so weak as it was at the Yale game last year, or should be left to the whims of the students to degenerate into one continuous yell as it did at the Princeton game. The plan of getting men, who know how to do it, to lead the cheering has been so successfully tried at the Springfield football games that there can be no doubt that it is what is needed for the baseball game. If Captain Frothingham would therefore pick out a dozen capable men we should be sure of having cheering which will help the nine and do the spectators much more credit than what we have been accustomed to.
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