The Press: The Moon Is Green

As foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune in Ottawa, balding Eugene Griffin handles many a special job for Colonel Bertie McCormick. Last winter, when the Colonel heard that an un-American blight was mottling the Ivy League, Griffin toured the Harvard, Yale and Princeton campuses. He proved (to the Tribune's satisfaction at least) that the Colonel had heard right. This fall the Trib got around to Dartmouth. When Griffin arrived, notebook in hand and hatchet up his sleeve, he got a cordial welcome. President John Sloan Dickey had reserved him a room at the Hanover Inn, and offered to show him...

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