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I have been asked recently what kind of comments my essays and predictions have evoked from the ever-expectant public. From the great pile of letters I receive each Monday, I select the one below as typical. It was written by one of the many fair fanettes among my readers.
"I think your pieces in the paper are perfectly wonderful. (Honest I do.) . . . Gosh but your ideas are the cutest things! The girls all tease me because I am writing this letter to ask you for your picture, but I don't care--not I! Ever since I saw the formula for your trick play I have given up cutting Harold Lloyd's pictures out of the Movie Supplements. Everything is changed." . . .
Oh, there is a lot more to it, but that's just an example. Rereading it now reminds me I haven't turned my headlights of Prophecy on today's contests. Before I do that, I'd like to announce that I have appropriated the motto which consigns Yale to the nether world for my own. The boys at New Haven have had an unpleasant way of acting exactly as I think they shouldn't act. But I feel sure I have put them in their right places today.
Here is what the aforementioned headlights reveal:
Yale 28, Maryland 7
Cornell 17, Dartmouth 14
W. Virginia 14, Boston College 7
Brown 28, Boston University 0
Holy Cross 14, Fordham 0
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