UNION BARBER TAKES FLING AT STATE OF STUDENT SCALPS
The most decisive proof that we have had thus far as to the success of the Reading Period comes in a statement from R. B. Little, barber at the Harvard Union, that dandruff has increased considerably since Christmas, compared with former years. Little's reasons for the fact are as follows. "The students were inside more and got less exercise, therefore the scalp dried up. Then, they neglected their hair to a great extent, being more interested in their studies than in outside engagements. And, of course, when more blood went to the brain, less went to the scalp. Anyhow I see more dandruff at Harvard than at any other place where I have worked." Little has been a barber for over 20 years.