Sadri Khan Aly's brother and the Aga's son, and Rita Hayworth's brother-in-law pepped up here as a full-fledged member of the Class of '54.
Aly Khan, as most newspaper seeders well know, married movie star Rita Hayworth. The Aga, who is the weighty king of a suburb of India, receives every year presents of gold and diamonds equivalent to his weight, and sells his bath water (used) to his people.
But Sadri isn't the person that his family's pastimes would suggest. He is a husky, modest, affable youth who emphatically wants to is escape from the publicity gathering of his family and settle down as an ordinary, bewildered freshman.
Khan, dressed in a conservative blue sport cost and blue pants, expressed a desire to study political science of sociology. When he returns to his native Pakistan, he hopes to enter politics.
Asked about his sister-in-law Rita Hayworth, he dismissed to with: "I like her very much and we got along well." He doesn't know if she is going back into the movies.
What were his impressions of Harvard students? He thinks that they are all "very nice" and hopes that they will remain so, come exam days.
On the top floor of Straus, which is reached only by an exhausting four-floor climb, Sadri has taken his abode. He finds that Straus A-42 is the most comfortable place he has ever been in--the other places he has ever been in--the other places being palaces and Riviera resorts.
Now Sadri hopes the men of the press will allow him to become an ordinary student and permit him to enter clubs and sports without fanfare.