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Suggest Unified Program To meet this problem, the com- mittee felt that "an Integrated basic program of studies would eliminate waste and duplication in the transition from school to college and provide the es.sentials of a liberal education which should be common to all," The committee outlined a coher- ent and unified program contain- ing courses in required fields while remaining flexible enough to be adapted to individual differences. Announcement of Quinn's a chlevement was made by F. of th; National For Molnar Play Lower Age Limit To Hit Colleges Use New Lighting Effect In Carnival Production Wednesday, Feb. Some argued that once coed cheerleading was established, it would probably extend to all Har- vard's major athletic events.

As a freshman, he was placed In the number eight posi- tion on the freshman squash team, and Is presently playing for the varsity squash team. Others lie in sampl- ing technique and quality control in industry and in the fields of economics and psychology. 4 — In a re- port relet^ied rcoently throuirh Harvard University, a committee of faculty members from 'Bi B Ttiree' colleges and preparatory schools recommended extensive mtc Kratlon of secondary and higher education. Miller, Salisbury Gemmill, Cathy Carlson, Vassar ivleeder, Audrey Aldrich, Wheelock Brucker, Alice Potts, Badcliffe Carpenter, Meredith Rollins, Smi'h Reid, Buruiy Sortor, Smith Irvine, Diana Field. Indicating the deeper, below sur- face aspects of the drama. Dellaby-Couch: Seth Scha- plro '53 as Lord Stagmantle: George Rounds '55 as Edward Lamp: John Mattlce '56 in the role of Dr. New York Reviewer To Lecture at AMT Harvard Rejects Girl Cheerleading Council Fears Ridicule From Boston Papers Kerr Also Plans Talk For Dramatic Classes Wednesday. 18— A lecture by noted drama critic Walter Kerr, originally scheduled for the AMT last night, has been postponed until Monday. This musical, subsequently pro- duced by the Dclfonts In London, is now gohig Into television. I *,,(.: "\f^' 0''' 'S'^ •'i M,: J: ^h^ Willi Volume ^t^Vir, Number 1 WILLIAMS COLLEGE 3^^^xrfj^ WEDNESDAY, FEBHUAHY 4, 1953 l U^j PRICE 10 CENTS Ford-Financed Committee Advises Crew Builds Sets High Draft Calk, George Kelsey to Head WCA; College -Prep School Integration Members Recommend Seven-Year Program By Rick Smith Wednesday, Feb. It has been described by critics as "the tragedy of the individual in a capilalisl-lmperialist world" and "the traiicdy of spiritual pride". Supporting players include Ellie Bloedel In the part of Lady Isabel Wclw.vn: Dan Tritter '54 playl QB Gen. Additional players will be Don Goodyear '56 as the Announcer: Richard Hup- peitz '54 in the part of Blavik and Jolin Wyckoff '56, James Mont- gomery '55, and Doug Lyon '55 as Monks. Kerr, staff critic for the New York Herald Tribune and The Commonweal, will speak to drama classes the following day. Kerr will talk on the subject "Broadway in Review." He is considered an expert in his field, having begun his career at 13 as a Junior movie critic. Kerr is the author of several plays and mus- icals In his own right. "Touch and Go." was produced by George Abbot in New York, during the 1949-50 sea- son.^ O Kelsey, a track stand out for the past three years, has served Washburn to Discuss Mt. 3 — Bradford Washburn, Director of the Boston Museum of Science, will speak on his 1951 ascent of Mount Mc Kin- ley. Tliere is nothing static aoout the composition ol tliese majorities; the KECORU board is not polarized into |5erinaiienr groups ot "liberals ' and "conser- vatives, ' of "total rushers ' and tiateriiity men." Many decisions will be carried by a vote ot H\e to tour, and a slight change in tlie situation may result in the changing of one vote and tlie subsequent reversal ot an editorial position. Most of the delegates expected to attend are prominent in undergraduate life; several student council presidents, class presidents, newspaper editors and interfratemity board presidents will he on hand. The aiiniial frosh debating contest will be on the subject; "Tliat the Taft-Hartley Act Be Repealed." There will be a pre- liminary try-out for the debate at 4 p.m., Monday in 9 Gc Kxlrich Hall.the highest mountain in North America, tomorrow evening in Chapin Hall at eight o'clock. And since the rules of journalism bar "halfheartediiess, two contradictory editorials may be couched in equally violent terms, giving readers tlie impression of an extreme schizophrenia. Speakers will have five minutes main and three minutes re- buttal on either side of the (|uestion.

As a freshman, he was placed In the number eight posi- tion on the freshman squash team, and Is presently playing for the varsity squash team. Others lie in sampl- ing technique and quality control in industry and in the fields of economics and psychology.

4 — In a re- port relet^ied rcoently throuirh Harvard University, a committee of faculty members from 'Bi B Ttiree' colleges and preparatory schools recommended extensive mtc Kratlon of secondary and higher education. Miller, Salisbury Gemmill, Cathy Carlson, Vassar ivleeder, Audrey Aldrich, Wheelock Brucker, Alice Potts, Badcliffe Carpenter, Meredith Rollins, Smi'h Reid, Buruiy Sortor, Smith Irvine, Diana Field. Indicating the deeper, below sur- face aspects of the drama. Dellaby-Couch: Seth Scha- plro '53 as Lord Stagmantle: George Rounds '55 as Edward Lamp: John Mattlce '56 in the role of Dr. New York Reviewer To Lecture at AMT Harvard Rejects Girl Cheerleading Council Fears Ridicule From Boston Papers Kerr Also Plans Talk For Dramatic Classes Wednesday. 18— A lecture by noted drama critic Walter Kerr, originally scheduled for the AMT last night, has been postponed until Monday. This musical, subsequently pro- duced by the Dclfonts In London, is now gohig Into television.

I *,,(.: "\f^' 0''' 'S'^ •'i M,: J: ^h^ Willi Volume ^t^Vir, Number 1 WILLIAMS COLLEGE 3^^^xrfj^ WEDNESDAY, FEBHUAHY 4, 1953 l U^j PRICE 10 CENTS Ford-Financed Committee Advises Crew Builds Sets High Draft Calk, George Kelsey to Head WCA; College -Prep School Integration Members Recommend Seven-Year Program By Rick Smith Wednesday, Feb. It has been described by critics as "the tragedy of the individual in a capilalisl-lmperialist world" and "the traiicdy of spiritual pride". Supporting players include Ellie Bloedel In the part of Lady Isabel Wclw.vn: Dan Tritter '54 playl QB Gen. Additional players will be Don Goodyear '56 as the Announcer: Richard Hup- peitz '54 in the part of Blavik and Jolin Wyckoff '56, James Mont- gomery '55, and Doug Lyon '55 as Monks. Kerr, staff critic for the New York Herald Tribune and The Commonweal, will speak to drama classes the following day. Kerr will talk on the subject "Broadway in Review." He is considered an expert in his field, having begun his career at 13 as a Junior movie critic. Kerr is the author of several plays and mus- icals In his own right. "Touch and Go." was produced by George Abbot in New York, during the 1949-50 sea- son.

^ O Kelsey, a track stand out for the past three years, has served Washburn to Discuss Mt. 3 — Bradford Washburn, Director of the Boston Museum of Science, will speak on his 1951 ascent of Mount Mc Kin- ley. Tliere is nothing static aoout the composition ol tliese majorities; the KECORU board is not polarized into |5erinaiienr groups ot "liberals ' and "conser- vatives, ' of "total rushers ' and tiateriiity men." Many decisions will be carried by a vote ot H\e to tour, and a slight change in tlie situation may result in the changing of one vote and tlie subsequent reversal ot an editorial position. Most of the delegates expected to attend are prominent in undergraduate life; several student council presidents, class presidents, newspaper editors and interfratemity board presidents will he on hand. The aiiniial frosh debating contest will be on the subject; "Tliat the Taft-Hartley Act Be Repealed." There will be a pre- liminary try-out for the debate at 4 p.m., Monday in 9 Gc Kxlrich Hall.

the highest mountain in North America, tomorrow evening in Chapin Hall at eight o'clock. And since the rules of journalism bar "halfheartediiess, two contradictory editorials may be couched in equally violent terms, giving readers tlie impression of an extreme schizophrenia. Speakers will have five minutes main and three minutes re- buttal on either side of the (|uestion.

A student must gain a passing grade of at least 70 on this test which may be taken only once. Is the l^ECOKD comniitied to die support ot administration policiesr' Is it committed to reflect the majority opinion of the student body? 18— An elev- enth hour snowfall gave i-ise to a bevy of snow sculptures ranging irom a complacent couple sitting in front of a fireplace to modern- istic design to adom the campus over Winter Carnival weekend, xhis year's contest winner was l-hi Delta Theta which depicted a oobsled and riders rounding a turn.