Younger Generation Starts New Angle on Coeducation

President Ada Comstock chalked up what she thought was an another victory in the current Cambridge war between the sexes when she entertained Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt yesterday with a story of "the Radcliffe annex."

It seems there was a coeducational youngster who had the misfortune to be cursed with dozens of cousins, sisters and aunts, all of whom had gone to the Institution across the Common. Asked by them where he intended to acquire his liberal education, he replied with all the wisdom of his tender years, "at the Radcliffe Boy's School."