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The Boston paper which uses outside "pressure" to account for the continuance in regular standing of certain athletes does a gratuitous injury to all concerned. As the Faculty have not of late laid themselves open to the particular charge of showing laxity in the exercise of college discipline, is it not due both to them and to the athletes in question to grant that this latest action, or rather absence of action, is the result of a fair, unbiased judgment on the merits of the case?

Nothing certainly can do the game of football more harm than the insinuation that it can not be maintained without "pressure."