Thirty Cliffies who have had their bikes confiscated this week have charged Ralph P. Gates, director of Radcliffe Buildings and Grounds, with "unfair harassment practices."
"Whenever a girl leaves her bike in the middle of the front walk, she's going to get it taken away," Gates retorted.
"Gates is an ogre," protested Carol Stein '65, as she paid $1 to have her bike unchained from the basement of Gilman House. "I refuse to pay," said Mary L. Wissler '66, as she grabbed her bike and ran off with it.
The Pickings Are Slimmer For Harvard Bike ThievesWhen the University Police started compiling bicycle theft statistics 14 months ago, they found that one of the worst places
City Studies Bike Parking Near SquareCambridge may soon provide parking spaces for the many bikes in Harvard Square, Traffic Commissioner Robert Rudolph told two members
Strikes Against BikesL ast fall, a group of 50 bicyclists rallied in Boston's Waterfront Park to protest the exclusion of bicycles from
Police Will Lock Up Bicycles Blocking Ramps for DisabledThe University Police next week will begin attaching an additional lock to bicycles repeatedly parked on access ramps for the
Bicycles Become Scarce in Square Because of Increased Demand and Steel, Rubber ShortageHarder hit by priority restrictions than most other stores in the Square, the Bicycle Exchange, at a time when the