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Health Board Finds Food Was Not Responsible for Illnesses

Virus Infection Current in State for Months Is Blamed


Harvard's cases of ventral inconvenience seem to be well on the wane, with only 11 men reporting all week-end. The investigation of the foods has as yet been unsuccessful, and no one food is to blame.

Indeed, according to Dr. Paul H. Means '17, the State Board of Health has pronounced this to be a part of a virus infection that has had sporadic outbreaks all over Massachusetts for the last two months, and that it is not attributable to the food at all.

The Board of Health is, however, sending a man to Harvard tomorrow who will remain for several days in an attempt to prevent any more outbreaks. In the effort to prevent recurrence of the attacks. Dr. Means reiterated his plea that sufferers report immediately to the Hygiene Building.

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