B-School Cheers For Eight Pages

Every Sunday evening at 9 p.m., faithful Business School freshmen troupe to Morris Hall, C Entry, to slip six-page papers in EA General through a ten by one-half inch slot. But last night bedlam broke loose: the papers had been assigned for eight pages.

A memorandum was posted calling for tarring and feathering of a member of the EA (Elements of Administration) faculty and a general march on the Square, and advertising a 9 p.m. "debacle" at the slot.

Those whose papers had already passed the slot formed applauding lines at the deadline drew near, and the last to arrive, running, with their "damnably complicated" eight pages on finance were heartily cheered. The tarring and feathering and the march did not take place.