Last Saturday night, there were two functions:
One was the world famed Gridiron festival in Washington, D. C., at which newsmen had fun with political bigwigs (see col. 3).
The other was a barn festival given by a small group of Yale alumni in Montclair, N. J., at which a badly defeated Yale football team was entertained.
Representative John Quillin Tilson of Connecticut, Republican floor leader, was invited to both. He chose the barn festival. Why? Because he, Yale '91, was to receive a cup at the hands of Yale men. Tradition said that he...