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POLICE MAY PATROL STADIUM IN PLACE OF U. S. ARMY MEN

Meeting Wednesday with Moore to Decide Which Shall Have the Job

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Police may patrol the inside of the Stadium at the remaining football games of the season as a result of a conference to beheld this Wednesday by District Attorney O'Brien of Suffolk county, Police Commissioner Wilson, Superintendent of Police Crowley, and F. W. Moore '93, graduate manager of University athletics. Mr. O'Brien called the meeting last Saturday night after he had noted. The absence of police within the Stadium and the presence of military guards without any authority to enforce police regulations or in fact to make an arrest if it were necessary." Mr. O'Brien expressed his surprise that Brighton police were not on duty within the same as they were without the Stadium.

Graduate Manager Moore frankly did not understand the meaning of Mr. O'Brien's action, but stated that "We are only too willing to cooperate with any reasonable plan offered by the district attorney or Police Commissioner Wilson for affording protection to the public."

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