The recent class games have afforded rather unfortunate preparation for the game with Yale this afternoon. While in the class games there is an unwritten code permitting a certain amount of howling and rattling, it becomes an entirely different matter when the contest is with visitors. The freshmen and the college at large too must remember that Harvard treats her opponent like gentlemen, and that all of the practices which were permissible in class games must be absolutely forbidden this afternoon. There may, indeed there must be cheering, and cheering which is enthusiastic; this will encourage the home team. In order, however to do away with any danger that the demonstrations should get beyond bounds, the crowd should keep to their seats and not allow themselves in their excitement to rush up even to the ropes. This point should be strongly insisted upon by those in charge of the spectators, and the college men should, by keeping on the seats themselves, do their best to make the game exhibit spirit of gentlemanly fairness in which Harvard prides herself.
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