While Cambridge worries over the British Strike the British can worry about Cambridge. For not even the communities of culture, the lares of learning are free from this element of discord. Harvard is upon the verge of a strike.
Nor is this any departure from sound and vigorous truth. As announced in this morning's CRIMSON, the newsboys have taken to arms and refuse to continue their matutinal tasks without remuneration commensurate with their, desires. And this of course centers the grand crisis upon the CRIMSON. Alone against the world of organized labor this periodical must stand--or at least that part of the world which delivers the CRIMSON to the breakfast tables--or breakfast arms of Cambridge.
Great worry could be attached to such an alarming predicament were it not for the sanity and perseverance of the business department of this paper. With Premier Haldwin as their guide and sana means in corpore sano as their motto they are standing, bloody but unbowed before the rushing legions of adversity. So none need fear any revolution in Cambridge. Plus as change--as Talley-rand might comment--plus c'est la meme chose.