It may have been a fight tune these Princetonians were singing aboard the Orange, Black, and ­Crimson Express on their way to Boston’s South Station Nov. 8, 1975. According to The Harvard Crimson, Princeton’s sophomore, junior, and senior class committees bought 150 student seats on a train to the Harvard game but sold only 40, costing the classes approximately $2,400. Buying the cars “seemed like an F. Scott Fitzgerald thing to do,” student government president James P. Kelly ’76 said at the time. Freshman class president Richard Grove ’79, whose class went to Harvard via bus, explained that poor sales were due to declining student interest after Princeton’s three losses to Penn, Brown, and ­Colgate — as well as the high price of the ticket, $23. Can any PAW readers identify these fans?