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APTED'S WORK IN CODFISH TANGLE BRINGS PROMOTION

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In recognition of valiant work in recovering the Massachusetts Sacred Cod, Major Charles R. Apted '06, Superintendent of Caretakers, has been advanced to the rank of Colonel in the Yard Police. Colonel Apted's single-handed recovery of the emblem, after days of slenthing through the perilous byways of Boston and Cambridge, came after both city and state police had been baffled at every turn.

Colonel Apted's rise in the ranks of the Yard Police has been meteoric. Ranked as Captain a year ago, he was advanced to the title of Major as a result of his work in the famous Memorial Hall clapper case last spring.

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