The frenzy for cliques and secret societies reached a climax last night when Melvin H. Freedman '41 and Richard S. Hartwell '41, both of Eliot House, formed a club for the beautification of Memorial Drive. Their first opus was an ice-statue of Adolf Hitler.
Charging that Dartmouth fraternities have a monopoly of college sculpture, the group plans to turn the Drive into another Appian Way. Radcliffe girls are invited to sit as consultants and models. "Snow sculpture," said Freedman, "is a splendid way for members of the Houses to show that they have a sense of social significance.
The sponsors will stage a pro-and anti-Nazi snowball battle at Adolf's feet tonight.