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At Harvard's winter games the decision of the judges in the light-weight boxing match was loudly hissed. - Yale News.

This report is not a very complimentary one to have circulated in the college press. But it cannot be denied that the report is well founded, although we believe that most of the hissing came, not from Harvard men, but from Boston's representatives at the games. Still that any college men allowed themselves to fall in with the barbaric ways of the Boston "sports" is, to say the least, unfortunate. Hissing can never change a referee's decision, and the men who hissed last Saturday brought only disgrace upon themselves and the college. Gentlemanly conduct at athletic exhibitions has so long been our peculiar reputation that we must not lose it now - even in the heat of a feather-weight sparring match, or in any other exciting contest.

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