The well-clad arm of the law reached out for two sun-bathing seniors yesterday, almost preventing them from taking an honors hour exam in Government 106.
Stanley J. Aronoff and George S. Abrams were peaceably studying in scenic Lexington yesterday morning after removing shirts and convertible car top. Two heavily-dressed police officers quietly drove up, however, and charged the bare-chested students with illegal parking and inadequate clothing.
The officers were unable to comprehend the students' governmental logic, but finally yielded and the seniors made their exam.
The law also yielded to the 30 degree heat. During the political debate, the officers too began to shed their clothes.