'Who Put the Icicle Down My Back?' Asked the Eli

Yale men prepared to shiver in their collective shoes this winter as the college sternly warned that all room temperatures would be strictly limited to 65 degrees. Perhaps the edict which struck closest to home was that ordering the lowering of the temperature of the hot water to mild glaciality.

Prepared to go unwashed but not unwarmed, many a Yale man turned to his fireplace only to find that the college had set the student allotment at a quarter of a cord. The wood should consist of pieces 18 inches long, and the entire lot measure 27 cubic feet; at the latest report New Haven stores were finding their supplies of rulers badly depleted.