Agreeing that Soldiers Field might well be leased to the B.C. football team on Saturdays when the Cantab Varsity is away, Al Morro; captain-elect of the B.C. football team, Gene Goodreault, All-American end on this year's B.C. team, Joe Gardella, and Don Peddie held a round-table discussion last night at 8:30 over the Crimson Network.
Peddie and Goodreault both thought that the plan would provide a good financial nest-egg for the Harvard Athletic Association. Morro, in addition to favoring the plan, said that he would like to play Harvard, if possible. When this suggestion was made, a long pause followed which was broken when Joe Gardella coughed, fumbled with his collar, and said, "It's getting hot in here."
Morro was easily the star of the show with his rendition of Frank Leahy giving a half-time fight talk in the best Knute Rockne tradition. The Eagles' representatives were uncertain as to who would be B. C.'s next football coach, but they were confident that the football team would have another successful season next year and that Mickey Connolly, Sophomore star, would step into Charley O'Rourke's shoes.