The final echo of the military tramp of last week's welcome visitors will be swallowed up this afternoon when the Dartmouth Indians' war whoop fills the Stadium. It is always a pleasant sight to find the men from New Hampshire again in town with their pipe of peace. The tradition of the Dartmouth game is not new; but it is still young enough to stimulate plenty of enthusiasm on both sides.
As such contests as today's closely link Harvard in cordial relations with its neighbors the shadow of the Athletic Association's avowed rotating schedule policy looms ominous in the under-graduate mind. The result of long standing intercollegiate rivalry is to give certain games a permanent place on the schedule. It is not altogether comfortable to have to realize that a rotating policy remains somewhere in the background as a potential rude interruption to the natural course of events.