Crimson Runs Rampant Over Bates, 43-6; Review, Regatta, Dance Top Off Weekend

REVIEW FEATURES CITATION AWARD BY CAPTAIN KEPPLER

Opening events in the reasonable facsimile of a pre-war football weekend, Saturday afternoon's Stadium features provided some 8,000 fans with double-demonstrations of smooth marching as Harvard's undergraduate naval units passed in formal review before their commanding officer, Captain C. H. J. Keppler, USN, and later all members of the informal Varsity squad helped carry the pigskin through, around, and over the Bates College eleven for a 43 to 6 score.

Rounding out the weekend's activities, many of which were mapped out by the active Eliot-Kirkland Joint House Committee, the triple crew regatta left the Crimson boat in third place, and the evening's NROTC-V-12 regimental ball opened the fall dancing season.