The parade to Soldiers Field and the cheering at the Stadium this afternoon gives every man in the University a chance to help in winning the Yale and Princeton games. The morale of the football team reflects in large measure the spirit and attitude of the student body. Indifferent, half-hearted supporters mean an indifferent, lifeless team. On the other hand the enthusiastic whole-souled support of the College inspires in the team an unshakable confidence and a determination which spells victory. The result Saturday will never be in doubt if the undergraduates do their share of the work this afternoon.
MARCH AND CHEER
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