Yelps Mere Music, Students Find (Vol. 1, Issue 1)
Dormitory students were startled the other evening by a succession of unearthly howls, groans and yelps, faintly reminiscent of stegosauri in agony. The consensus of opinion seems to have been that, from trumpets and fiddles, the boys had taken to harboring such pets as colic-stricken calves.
Investigation, however, proved otherwise. As the disorder seemed to center about the second floor social hall, several of the more adventurous souls directed their attention thither. The disturbance proved to be nothing but several fine specimens of pure oriental music which Dr. Damon was demonstrating in his course in music appreciation. It appears that oriental music is not one of the more highly, valued forms of social entertainment in Yeshiva College.