Education: Barbed Confetti

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, '04, was not there. Neither was honeymooning Son John, '38. But Harvard's reuning alumni had the Roosevelts very much in mind when they gathered in Soldiers Field last week for the annual class-day parade and confetti fight. They spoke their minds with missiles more punishing than confetti.

The first reunion class, '35, came as dictators, marching behind a German band. Some wore brown shirts, for Hitler; some black shirts, for Mussolini; some red shirts, for Stalin, and some the white shirt, white ducks and panama of Fisherman Roosevelt. They raised beer...

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