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a last opportunity. If the enthusiasm
shown had been packed into three
fourths of the grand stand and di
rected in organized cheering, as it
should, you would have been more
nearly ready to cope with Dickinson’s
well known ability to yell. Now is
it going to be necessary to cage the
To the State Collegian
It is very desirable and important
that there should be a large and en
thusiastic crowd at the Dickinson
game. But it is more desirable that
those of the students who forget
themselves so far on that day as to
drink to excess, making spectacles
of themselves in the town and on
the field, should remain at home.
It is a pity that there are some who
cannot get out of sight of the College
without losing all sense of self-re
spect and decency, and who think
that no one knows them.
It is high time that stringent meas
ures were taken to have this ow
dyism stopped. It affects the name
of the College very seriously, for
those who make themselves so con
spicuous by their conduct are
the very ones by whom the College
is judged. And if they have not
enough sense of honor to behave as
gentlemen away from home, it is time
that their duty was made plain to
Let us all co-operate on this idea
of representing the vei y best man
hood there is in us, thereby keeping
the respect of our friends who will
see us that day, and retaining the
fair name of our Alma Mater, which
is steadily increasing among those
who want to see the highest ideals
fulfilled at State.
A FRIEND OF THE COLLEGE.
[There is much in this letter that
needs earnest consideration. It is
a true sample of the view held by
the general public. If by no other
reasons you should be guided by
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