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'Nassau'll Brother,' Says Sage

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PRINCETON, N. J., October 11--"It looks pretty Coulsen," said the Sage to his Oriental sidekick, "and to be perfectly Franke, I Mead a drink. Besides, I'm pretty Finical about Howe tomorrow's game will go; you have to be Keuffel about these Harvard-Princeton contests."

"You're perfectly White," his buddy replied, "and I'd give a king's Ransome to know whether the score will be Harlow. Besides, I'm sitting in the Lazzaro of the stands."

"Jacunski a thing from there," said the Sage, "but Leibert to me, and I'll have my Carpenter build you a seat."

"Meyer clever to think of that, but we Gallagher down to the prediction."

"I think this will be Caldwell," said the Sage, "to say Harvard 14  Princeton 7

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