The All-Star football team, made up of members of the Law School, is an organization without a prototype, at least in the history of Harvard. It is unusual for men after leaving college to feel energy and initiative enough to adopt so strenuous an avocation as football. The team, which will play the Carlisle Indians this afternoon, has the support of the Athletic Association and deserves that of the undergraduates.
Incidentally the existence of the Law School team furnishes an interesting commentary upon football as a game. Often it has been criticised as not only requiring special physical ability, but also as not being enjoyable. That the athletic careers of the All-Star players were not unpleasant, is rather conclusively shown by the existence of a team, whose members achieve not even the recompense of general recognition.