What the college thinks of the game last Saturday has nowhere been told so well as it was in Harvard Square yesterday afternoon when the eleven left for Auburndale. It is a significant fact that a single announcement that the team would start at a certain hour should have called out such a large and enthusiastic lot of students. So much feeling has been manifested about college already that we feel in spite of the fact that there is yet one game to play that it is not premature to suggest some more organized expression of the gratitude which the students feel for the team. This might well take the form of a dinner, complimentary to the players and coaches. Few chances are given to Harvard men to get together and forget the petty differences of college life and we believe such an affair, if properly conducted, would be an excellent thing, not only for football interests, but for Harvard interests in general.
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