RANDOLPH LOCKS BEAR NAME OF YALE THROUGH OVERSIGHT

As a result of an oversight on the part of officials of the University maintenance department, the word "Yale" is inscribed on the locks of 70 doors in Randolph Hall, now part of Adams House. The new installation were made following the discovery three months ago by Charles R. Apted '06, superintendent of caretakers, that the old Russwin locks would pen to almost no key, a situation which caused confusion to bewildered students returning late at night.

All locks in the other Houses are of the same manufacture but by special arrangement the name of the manufacturer, a lineal descendant of Elihu Yale, was omitted.