GRID-O-GRAPH TO PORTRAY YALE GAME PLAYS FOR 1936
Freshmen who do not attend the Yale game will have a chance to gain a visual impression of the plays as they occur form an electric Grid-o-Graph which will be installed in the lower common room of the Union. The apparatus consists of a large screen upon which the course of the ball, the numbers of the players, and the play used in represented by electric lights flashing on and off.
The Grid-o-Graph is already owned by the Union and an experienced operator is being procured by the 1936 Union Committee to take charge of it. A radio will be placed in the lower common room in conjunction with the machine, so both a visual and aural play-by-play story of the game will be available.