The final game in the series of games for the class football championship will be played this afternoon. There will be a large and enthusiastic crowd present from both the Senior and the Sophomore classes. But it is hoped that the enthusiasm of the spectators will lead them to aid their eleven's by staying back of the side lines throughout the game instead of crowding on to the field, as usual in past years.
The crowding within the bounds of the field is done from intense interest in the game; but it none the less hinders the progress of the game, makes the work of both players and officials harder, and by interfering with the work of one team more than of the other, places it at an unfair disadvantage. Let the crowd this afternoon aid the elevens practically as well as by cheering, and show that it knows its own place and can keep it.