The football schedule tentatively arranged for 1923 should effectually silence the critics of the agreement recently enacted between Yale, Princeton and Harvard. In spite of the predicted reduction of the season to a few uninteresting games with far inferior teams because of the prohibition of all intersectional contests, Major Moore has announced a list attractive to the spectator and of considerable value in proving the strength of the team. Holy Cross is till there in early mid-season and Dartmouth which provided one of this year's "thrillers" comes on the following Saturday. Tufts has replaced Florida and the game with Brown will assume and added interest because of this year's defeat. After all the 1923 season is only one game shorter than that recently concluded, and practice in the heat of early September is eliminated. "What's all the shooting for?"