FEATURES OF TOMORROW'S 12-PAGE ISSUE
To greet the throngs of football dilettantes who will attend the struggle between John Harvard and the Army mule in the Stadium tomorrow afternoon the CRIMSON is issuing an Army number of 12 pages containing various feature stories, cartoons and humorous articles.
Among the special features of tomorrow's CRIMSON will be the following:
"The Crimson vs. Brass Buttons", or what a Wellesley girl from the South thinks about it.
"West Point Customs and Traditions" written by Captain J.W. Porter of the West Point Magazine, The Pointer.
"Gridiron Ghosts", a CRIMSON review of past Harvard-Army football history.
Cartoons by "Say", Clarke Winter '31, and Cadet artists. Sketches of Captain Barrett and Cagle by Herman Williams '31.
A discussion of the Army-Navy athletic break by Lieut, F.V. Rigler, U.S.N.
"Point History" by Captain P.H. Lush 11 of The Pointer staff.
Dr. Hu Flung Huey's life story, picture, and peerless prognostication.
"The Life of a Plebe at Hell-on-the-Hudson" by Cadet T.W. Carrithers, Editor of Notes and Comments. The Pointer.
Advance stories on the big game by the CRIMSON and The Pointer.
A thorough review of what's doing across the footlights and on the silver sceen in Boston and environs.
What the Grad thinks of West Point as told by one who has ideas on the subject.