To the Editors of The Crimson:
At the 1940 recent class dinner, someone asked me for a copy of a new verse which I've added to the traditional Fair Harvard.
Fair Harvard, you're now So much more passing fair With both women and men in your halls And--black, brown and beige are showing the world that the future belongs to us all. On the threshhold of life they challenge old fears "We'll compete, but we'll also share. "And in seeking for truth "We'll connect, we'll combine." Fair Harvard, you're now much more fair. Pete Seeger '40