Special Crimson Issue Will Commemorate Pearl Harbor
One of them is climbing uphill in Italy, one is on a carrier off the Gilborts, one is just back from a political fishing trip in Iran. Most of the youngest are still training or newly-commissioned gentlemen.
A few of them, editors of the shelved-for-the-duration Crimson, have wandered back to Plympton Street on furloughs and 60-hour passes and are now digging out the old form book and banner and masthead.
An eight-page Harvard Crimson summing up what Harvard men and Harvard have been doing in the first two years of our war will be the result. This total summary of Harvard's total war will be distributed to more than 12,000 Harvard men on every front.