Yale Grad Taken For Nazi Agent Photoing Widener
Proof of Harvard's alertness in matters of defense was afforded Saturday by the apprehension of a suspicious-looking character in the act of taking a picture of Widener with a foreign camera. Accused of being a Nazi agent, the culprit was taken into custody by the Yard Cops.
Further quizzing by Arthur Wild '26, head of the University News Office, exonerated the captive of foreign connections, however. He turned out to be a harmless Yale grad seeing the sights.