Harvard graduates of the class of 1920 listened with zest to the chief speaker at their annual class dinner in Boston last week. The speaker said:
"Of course there are lots of plain fellows like me who've got the idea that Harvard is a dignified and aristocratic sort of joint and that Harvard men are different from the rest of the world."
"We are!" cried one of the graduates.
"You may be in your own minds," said the speaker, "but Yale and Princeton haven't found it out yet. ... If there's anything you birds want to know that Harvard didn't teach you, just get...