RESULTS OF CADET CALCULUS BATTLE NOT YET ANNOUNCED
Crimson Mathematicians Thought To Have Edge on West Point
Results of the Harvard Army mathematical contest held at West Point will not be known for ten days, it was announced on Saturday when time was called on the match. Professor Arnold Dresden, of Swarthmore, president of the Mathematical Association of America, will correct the papers, and only mathematicians will be able to understand the scoring. Although D. V. Widder '20, associate professor of Mathematics, and Lieutenant C. F. Robinson of the Army, the two coaches, declined to predict the outcome, it is reported that the Crimson figure chasers had the edge.
It was learned on good authority that the Army pen pushers experienced some difficulty with differential equations.