A recent editorial from the Yale news reads as follows:
"Many of us are apt to attribute to what we call "the Harvard type" an attitude of more or less bored indifference to mere brute athletics, while feeling a smug assurance of our own enthusiastic virile support of our teams. And yet, year after year, we go to the great game and submit to being out-sung and out cheered by these disciples of boredom.
"Today THE NEWS prints two new football songs the words of which should be learned before the first mass meeting. May they not be consigned to that region of oblivion in which the words of "Boola" and of the second verse of "Bright College Years" are interred.