PLEASED BUT NOT OVER-CONFIDENT.
At first glance the results of Saturday's games will cause jubilation among Harvard followers. Brown defeated; Yale downed by Boston College, losers to the University team a fortnight ago; all this in highly encouraging.
But the futility of comparative scores should take the edge from our over-confidence, and when it is realized that Yale was without the services of her captain, we will be brought back to earth with a thud. Our team is a fighting aggregation, well grounded in the fundamentals. With the support of a loyal, but not overconfident student body, they will offer Yale and Princeton a sturdy battle. We face a stiff assignment; a double victory is not a sinecure.