Harvard Kidneys Free Of Yale Milk Menace

Ten thousand Harvard kidneys are safe from kidney stones, at least those stones brought on by a large consumption milk. William A. Heaman, Manager of Dining Halls, revealed last night that the Harvard undergraduate, contrary to his liquid-loving Yalie counterpart, drinks an average of two glasses per meal.

The Yale Health Department had announced that students consuming three or four glasses of milk per meal run a definite risk of contracting kidney stones. However, the Harvard man, with his lower consumption, is below the "danger line."