In yesterday's issue the Yale News published an interview with President Eliot on Harvard's football situation. He has simply relieved their minds on a matter of which we already felt assured--that Harvard will play next year just as usual. Yale did not know, as we do, that in the natural course of events authority vests in the Athletic Committee, in whose loyalty to intercollegiate athletics we now have confidence. Such an authoritative expression of opinion as a Faculty vote worried our rivals nearly as much as it did us at the time. It is but an example of the never flagging interest of the Yale undergraduates in Harvard's affairs, and a tacit compliment not to be overlooked.
YALE'S DOUBTS SATISFIED
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