At a dinner given by a group of Chinese dignitaries in honor of an American, the foreigner, through no fault of the Eighteenth Amendment, but rather of a very highly polished chair, slipped from his seat and disappeared under the table. His embarrassment was somewhat palliated by the grave courteny of his hosts; one by one, in turn, each of the Orientals slid from his chair under the table, so as to make the visitor feel quite at home.
Any bad manners which the baseball team may have shown at New Haven in spoiling the day Yale best loves to celebrate, have been atoned for in kind--by yesterday's game.
From now on let it be known, the manners and the honors are even. The amenities properly disposed of, intercollegiate courtesy appeased, the race on Friday and the third ball game on Saturday will measure the true stature of our men. We know what that stature is and we shall enjoy watching them exhibit to the great Harvard army which expects it of them.