Jehovah came to Leverett House yesterday in the dim gray hours of the morning and left soon afterward in a Black Maria.
"At first I thought he was just drunk," Ralph B. Bennett, Jr. '42 said after his cerie experience with the wild-eyed, mystic individual who claimed kinship with the deity. "But it didn't take me long to realize that it was something more than that."
After Bennett and some other Bunnies had with difficulty steered "Jehovah" into the janitor's office they telephoned for the police. While they waited they were entertained by harangues religious and otherwise in English and Italian, accompanied by dramatic gestures and hypnotic eye-flashings. Once in anger he tried to put out Bennott's eye with a lighted cigarette.
"Beware the Ideas of March," the man muttered as he was whisked away to the psychopathic ward.