Above the broken, fitful cheers, suddenly came a last swelling roar.
"Bones." "Last man." . . . It was Le Baron. He came like a black tornado. . . . Straight to the two he came, never deviating, straight past Dink Stover, and, suddenly switching around, almost knocked him to the ground with the crash of his blow.
"Go to your room!" Some, one caught Stover. . . . About him pandemonium broke loose. . . .
Generations of schoolboys have held their breath at Owen Johnson's description of Yale's Tap Day in Stover at Yale...