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"He doesn't like the game, he doesn't like the crowds, and he doesn't even like the band," declared William J. Bingham '16, Director of Athletics, last night as he rapped the attitude towards athletics of President Robert N. Hutchins of Chicago.

Bingham's speech was one of the four featured addresses at the "Victory Dinner" celebration of the 7-0 triumph over Yale. A crowd of over 400 men, including the complete J. V. and Freshman football squads, also heard talks by head coach Dick Harlow, Captain Bob Green '39, Captain-elect Torby Macdonald '40, and columnist Neal O'Hara.

Braced by 40 pitchers of beer, the band provided almost continual musical entertainment, while the menu for the banquet included such delicacies as "Petits Fours aux Booth, Healey, Glueck and Daughters."

Bingham pointed out that last spring saw 11 out of 11 crew races with Yale won by Harvard and this fall saw seven out of seven football games with Yale garnered by the Crimson, but added, "We're going to have a long, hard winter."

Harlow Favors Lighter Pads

Harlow, who awarded gold footballs to Varsity letter-winners, paid tribute to all his coaches and players, mention- ing especially the spirit of substitute guard Tony Staruski. The coach also cited the importance of undergraduate support in the success of the last season and gave unstinted praise to the Seniors on the 1938 team.

Coach Dick placed himself on record as favoring lighter equipment for players. "We are moving in a vicious circle of harder and harder pads," he declared.

Guest speaker columnist O'Hara said that in his day they marked A, B, C, D, E, and F, and if they had gone a little lower, he would have been an "H" man. He asserted that the grid season was just about over "or anyway will be as soon as the Pittsburgh Freshmen are paid off.

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