Harvard men will as a body whole heartedly support the stand taken by the Student Council in condemning the recent subway riots. A small but noisy minority can, and frequently does, impose itself upon the good temper of the majority.

In the case of the disturbances after the hockey games a hand full of men have presumed to conduct themselves publicly in a fashion that discredits the good name of the University. It now remains for the great mass of undergraduates to protect their own rights and to silence the disorderly with the most effective of weapons, adverse public opinion.