This afternoon a Harvard football eleven will enter Palmer Stadium for the first time since the severance of relations in 1926. While the odds are weighted heavily against victory, both the team and the student body are glad to return to Princeton.

The tradition which binds Harvard, Yale, and Princeton together is a satisfactory one. While altercations have at one time or another disturbed the relations of each member of the "big three", tradition has always proved to be the stronger combatant. That is as it should be.