Arthur Mitchell is a silken-voiced pundit who makes his living from an erudite radio program called "The Answer Man." Last week, despite the boast that he would "answer any questions not violating professional ethics," Mitchell found himself in a spot. He didn't know the answer.
Since the interrogation was on Harvard sports--Who scored in the 1905 game with Carlisle College?--Mitchell naturally directed his missive to the H.A.A. But they didn't know either. They did, however, do the logical thing. They came to 14 Plympton Street, where, sandwiched in among old volumes of the CRIMSON, they found Mitchell's bread and butter: a summary of the game. Like any reputable newspaper, the CRIMSON knows the answers.