The issue becomes more interesting, however, with H. W. Miller's "Touch and Go." The author again displays his skill in dialogue. He starts out brilliantly, but ends up in a slough of stage directions.
The discussion by undergraduates of the proposed three-year plan is both timely and interesting. Student opinion would appear to oppose such a change on the ground of lowering the value of the college degree.
The only other noticeable contribution is a vivid little sketch of praisworthy simplicity by H. M. Rideout '99.