Education: Editors

At Harvard, officials of the seven undergraduate Houses ruled that students entertaining women in their rooms must henceforth take at least two at a time. Moaned the editor of the Crimson: "The irony of the situation lies in the fact that such petty annoyances are put in the way of students while the normal requirements of decency, such as preventing loose women from walking into the Houses at 3 a. m., are allowed to lapse. . . ."

¶ At University of Iowa (Iowa City), the editor of the Daily lowan launched a campaign...

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