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Rubber Chickens

THE MAIL

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

To the Editors of The Crimson:

It seems that you city-slickers up there in Cambridge could learn a little more about Mother Nature. Crimson sportswriter Robert Sidorsky reported that Big Red fans at the Cornell-Harvard hockey game tied "a rubber chicken" to Petrovek's goal. Well, any self respecting Cornellian could tell you that that chicken was as live as a cow in heat. If Sidorsky can't tell the difference between a rubber chicken and a real one maybe he better come out here to the country for a few days; we would be happy to teach a city boy like him the facts of life. Michael Ullmann '80   Cornell University

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