The Harvard Military Record in the World War reveals that the names of 11,319 Harvard men are included in the report, which does not pretend to be a complete record. It was also learned last night that 148 out of 164 men who were members of the CRIMSON between 1910 and 1920 inclusive, had war records, and that the CRIMSON was forced to suspend publication in 1918 because of the large number of editors who left to enroll.

The above statistics speak for themselves when considered in the light of Mayor Curley's alleged remark concerning "Harvard slackers."