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LAGO AND KITTREDGE BOW TO "SPARROW" IN NOISY DEBATE

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"A glorified English sparrow" brought an end to lago's pestulant plots yesterday morning when Professor Kittredge and 200 students in English 2 abandoned Harvard 6, unable to compete with the strange rasping that reverberated through the ventilator. About 10.30 o'clock the periodic screach commenced. Ten minutes later the class had forgotten Desdemona and Professor Kittredge had given up an attempt to set his lecture to music.

An immediate investigation by a CRIMSON reporter after the class was dismissed traced the disturbance to the cellar, but closed doors and barred windows prevented any startling discoveries. The janitor was nowhere to be found and as yet the prohibition authorities have made no investigation.

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