Harvard men who have been looking forward to breaking up the Yale rally this Harvard-Yale weekend had better make new plans for Friday night, because there just isn't going to be any rally. Damage done to the city of New Haven when a parade of beer-soaked Yalies got out of hand during Pre-Cornell festivities prompted the college to issue a ban on all football rallies this year.
Penalties of suspension and probation have been awarded students who took part in the wanton destruction October 3 for which President Seymour made a public apology to the citizens of New Haven.
The trouble started when a singing, torchlit parade the night before Yale's encounter with Cornell strayed from the planned line of march and flooded the streets of the town.
Policemen who tried to break up the mob met with a hall of empty beer cans hurled from nearby windows and roof-tops. One cop was mashed in the face with a beer bottle, as the disturbance with a beer bottle, as the disturbance spread. Private lawns and homes, parked cars, and the austere old Taft were hit by the celebrants before they went home to bed.