To prove the power of mind over matter, and equally anxious--in the interests of science, of course--to disprove the learned Columbia professor's theory that one would refuse to eat a worm for a thousand dollars Dudley N. Hartt, Jr. '37 gave a demonstration in the Dunster House Dining Hall yesterday evening which showed conclusively that given a certain amount of stimulation one can eat even more gastrically fatal things than a nice fresh worm. Before a roomful of awed waitresses and a horrified steward, who took the act to be a personal insult, the talented Sophomore casually emptied his fountain pen into his soup and tossed the mixture off, smacking his lips, while waitresses gulped and sprinted for the kitchen. Interviewed by the CRIMSON reporter, he said, "It was solely in the interests of science. I like the food here." Questioned more fully, he added, "I have nothing further to say."
STUDENT DRINKS INK SOUP TO DISPROVE WORM THEORY
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