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Jarvis Street Bumps Going Way of Latin Requirement

Memorial Hall Driveway Now Planned by Engineers


The bumps of Jarvis Street are going the way of many Harvard traditions under the Conant regime according to the Engineering Corps which will be busy during the next few weeks in removing them and paving what has been the rockiest road to any tennis court in the vicinity.

The University engineers seem to have the bit in their mouth after spending some $50,000 on walks during the summer and are also about to construct a driveway for Memorial hall and a parking space for the officials of Craft Laboratory.

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