HUEY ENTERS ON NEW LEASE OF LIFE WITH NEW MONTH

My customary clarity of mind as the henchman of the great god Accuracy was in no small degree shaken last evening by the news that in my former haunts in Formosa 86 head-hunters bit the dust at the hands of the Japanese forces, and that no end of my former brethren ended their term of service on this earth.

Despite my Cantabrigian prejudices, I am forced to decree that only those will watch this afternoon's game in the Stadium who can not afford to travel to Maine, where Colby will clinch the state championship, or to Yale where "Der Tag" has arrived and the Big Green will shake the jinx at the Bowl. If the going is wet, Dartmouth should have a decided edge; if dry, the Bulldog will battle them on nearly even terms.

The scores: Harvard 20  William and Mary 7 Dartmouth 14  Yale 6 Chicago 13  Princeton 0 Cornell 15  Columbia 0 Syracuse 20  Brown 7 Holy Cross 7  Rutgers 0 Navy 33  W. Va. Wesleyan 6 Fordham 13  West Virginia 0 Carnegie Tech 20  N. Y. U. 13 Bowdoin 13  Bates 0 Springfield 33  Middlebury 0 Amherst 20  M. A. C. 6 Colby 6  Maine 0