Hurled Chemical Bomb Smokes Up 14 Plympton

Last night at about 8:15 o'clock a chemical gas bomb, hurled through an open window, caused a choking cloud of smoke to infiltrate throughout the CRIMSON building, interrupting the work on this issue of the paper as it was going to press.

Arthur Hopkins, typesetter for the SERVICE NEWS, noticing someone moving outside a window of the press room, went upstairs to notify the editors. On returning, he and the editors found the press room clogged with a grayish-white smoke. The bomb was found, and with difficulty removed from the building by Dana Fernald, Editor. The Cambridge Fire Department finally extinguished the bomb in a barrel of water.