"Life," the picture magazine with a conscience about girls in bathing suits (or so they say), appeared in Cambridge yesterday and started photographing H. A. principals and various Soldiers Field celebrities. They took some general shots of yesterday's grid practice.
Just two weeks from today "Life" will appear with "Life Goes to a Party of a Broadcast of a Harvard Princeton football game." They will discuss and picture the mechanics of Bill Stern's National Broadcasting Company's rendition of tomorrow's classic.
There was one hitch. "Life" wanted a picture of the pigskin pushers at home, viz. the locker room. The H.A.A. did not like the idea. So "Life" has had to send home for an artist, who is due to arrive today and draw his conception of what the locker room should look like.