The Press

In spite of liberal views, the tweedy type seems to be preferred for Carousel dates. Approximately one-third of the dates will be representatives of Harvard species according to a recent poll of about 550 Wellesleyites. . . .

Various reasons have been suggested for the large numbers of Cantabrigians present. Not known as a drinking school, Harvard can be depended on to yield a date who will fit happily and smoothly into the social program of a Wellesley weekend. Wellesley College News, Feb. 17, 1955