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Three weeks ago the Harvard chapter of Phi Beta Kappa decided to revive the tradition of annual baseball games between the brain-men at the rival institutions. An invitation was sent to the Yale Kappas asking them to show up at Cambridge in May for a game of softball.
Yesterday a polite refusal arrived from New Haven. In a letter in which he referred to the baseball team as a "crew," the president of the Yale Chapter said that Yale Seniors are too busy with comprehensive examinations in May to be able to fool around with sandlot baseball games.
The Harvard chapter breathed a sigh of relief and went back to Widener.
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