Featuring an article entitled "Harvard at the Turn of the Century," by William B. Bragdon '01, the first issue of the 1938-39 Alumni Bulletin goes on sale today. Bragdon relates the tale of football games of yore, when the present Anderson, bridge had as its predecessor a "shaky and rickety draw-bridge." His article also included reminiscences about famous John the Orangeman, and some significant calls of "Rhinehart!"
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