Yearbook Business Manager Reveals Crime Parody Plans

"We have all the copy and everything ready, but there doesn't seem to be too much point in printing a CRIMSON parody now," Henry M. Hurd '53, business manager of Harvard Yearbook Publications, said yesterday. The CRIMSON unmasked the parody plans yesterday morning.

In an informal interview with two CRIMSON reporters, Hurd revealed that only a few members of the yearbook board had been in on the preparation of the parody, and that he himself had no knowledge of it before reading about it early yesterday morning.

The parody was to have been printed by the Crimson Printing Co., at 14 Plympton St., according to Hurd. Advertising for the parody has already been sold to a number of Square merchants, and distribution had been planned for today or tomorrow.