Education: Pot Pourri

Harvard Wins. Four weeks after they had laid down their pens for the glory of Harvard and of Yale in English literature (TIME, May 14), the "brain" teams of the two universities heard the verdict. Harvard won, 93 to 117, the scoring being done as in a cross country race (one point for the best examination paper, 20 points for the worst). Two Harvard undergraduates—Nathan M. Pusey of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and James L. McLane of Garrison, Md.—finished first and second. Yale's best, George T. Washington of Detroit, great -grandnephew of Father -of -His -Country George Washington, finished third. Harvard's reward...

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