Education: Drunken Pudding

Last week, one George R. Clark of Cynwyd, Pa., Harvard sophomore, sat down on the steps of Harvard's new Fogg Museum, took off his shoes, proceeded to bathe his feet. Spying a Chinese student about to enter the museum, he arose and shouted, "I hate Chinese!" Then he tossed the frightened Oriental down the steps. At a group of Jewish undergraduates he likewise bellowed. They shied away, pretending not to notice Sophomore Clark. The reason for this paranoiac performance: Sophomore Clark was being initiated into Hasty Pudding Club, smart organization of trenchermen,...

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