The Press: Harvard 2, Princeton 0

Like their big-league brothers, college newspapers suffer from war-induced manpower shortages, advertising losses. Two college papers last week had met the problem in different ways: >With their regular undergraduate audience dwindling, the Harvard Crimson editors announced that they will publish a free weekly, as yet unnamed, for the 4,000-odd servicemen now taking short courses at Harvard. In it they hope to get enough advertising to keep the Crimson going.

>The Daily Princetonian suspended publication for the duration. Required by war to attend physical conditioning classes thrice weekly and generally to hurry up...

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