The College Bowl, an inter-college intellectual competition, may fast become Harvard's newest varsity sport. During the competition, which is modeled on the old College Bowl television show but not televised, two teams from different colleges match wits answering questions on a variety of topics.
"This is the first time Harvard has had a College Bowl team in the 21 years I have been here," Archie C. Epps III, dean of students, said yesterday. The competition is regulated by the College Bowl Corporation, a non-profit group which establishes rules and provides judges, Epps added.
Interested students will meet for the first elimination round of intramurals this Saturday in Lamont Library to choose Harvard's four-member College Bowl team.