From Stanford

THE MAIL

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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:

I would like, if possible, to avail myself of the opportunity through the medium of your paper to express to you the appreciation and gratitude of the Stanford Club of San Francisco.

Lunching jointly with the Dartmouth Club of San Francisco and listening to the broadcast of the Game from Soldiers Field, it was a distinct pleasure and thrill to hear Stanford music played by the Harvard Band and Stanford yells from the student body. It was beyond a doubt inspirational to our football team, battling far from home, and I know they too were appreciative of the support you rendered.

Stanford has enjoyed playing the "Green" from Hanover for, win or lose, they are a splendid group of men and clean sportsmen in every sense of the word. It is with regret that we will not be able to meet on the gridiron next season.

In conclusion it is my hope that we may be able to repay the courtesy some day when the "Crimson" comes West for an inter-sectional contest. Willard J. Classen