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For the past four weeks contractors have been at work night and day pumping water from the foundations of Claverly Hall. While attempting in July to connect Claverly Hall. Dunster Hall, Apley Court and Holyoke House to a central heating plant in Randolph Hall, the contractors met an unexpected obstacle in a steady flow of spring water. This subterranean stream was formerly the source of the water that passed through the ancient pump, once a traditional landmark in the Yard. When the Yard buildings were connected to a single heating plant, the same difficulty with this underground water was experienced. The present pumping will continue until the connections are completed.

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