What shall it be, "goodies or "biddies"?
Protesting that womanhood had been slandered, ardent feminisia at the Harvard Employees' Union last night launched violent opposition to the CRIMSON'S use of the latter as a synonym for maids.
According to Webster's International, a biddy is (1) a hen or chicken, (2) an Irish serving girl. Evidently in the name of bonhommic the CRIMSON is asked to made a distinction here.
Much more appropriate, it seemed, would be the use of the time-honored "goody", explained by the famous lexicographer as "a woman who takes care of students' rooms, Harvard University."
Still impartial, the CRIMSON late last night decided to leave the matter to parliamentary deliberation.