NEW YORK, N. Y. — Nov. 25, 1928 — The football season is closing and college life is about over for the year. A few students will stay out the season for the dances, and some of the players may take up a couple of pipe courses and hang around till spring practice starts, but most of the good ones will go home for the winter to show the clippings.
The college president will be looking over the gate receipts to see if he stays another year. Cheerleaders will go back to train calling. The alumni will start arguing over a new coach.
It’s no trouble to tell the successful educational institution these days. It’s the one that can afford a new stadium next year.
An old Yale man that is disappointed with life,