REPORTERS SOUND ELI IDEAS ON HARVARD SHORTCOMINGS
Armed with copy pads, pencils, and a single question, Crimson reporters have been combing the University graduate schools during the past week for Yale opinions on the existing state of Harvard. What fortune their efforts have met with is shown by the comments listed on this page.
The Crimson's aspiring journalists were sent forth on their quest with explicit instructions as to how to draw the desired information from the Eli graduates scattered throughout the Law, Business, and other graduate schools. In order to prevent possible complications they were to ask but one question, "What's wrong with Harvard", and to take down the answer verbatim. Only accredited Yale alumni were to be approached and short, pithy replies were to be encouraged.