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We publish in another column a report of the position Yale has taken in regard to the foot-ball games this fall. It seems a little strange for her to take such a position immediately after a convention in which she took part through her representatives and agreed to the plans decided upon. The matter stands thus between Yale and Princeton: Last year Princeton could not play on the usual ground, New York, on account of a faculty regulation. So she played in New Haven. This year the regulation still exists, the rumor mentioned in the article to the contrary. It would seem proper, therefore, that Yale should take her turn, and play the game at Princeton. It is, to say the least, a slightly indelicate proceeding, to send delegates to have a part in a friendly meeting, and then directly they return, repudiate their actions, and take a needless stand. We sincerely hope the correspondent of the Globe has been misinformed.

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