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Police swarmed to Dunster House Friday morning when it was reported that either a student or a burglar was crawling about the roof of the building.
Cagily the protectors of the peace surrounded the House, leaving not avenue of escape of their unsuspecting prey. The desperado, however, seemed little disturbed. He merely kept on his peaceful way, tugging now and then at the fence running along the edge of the roof.
At the first accessible place to which the police could climb he was collared. Great was the amazement and consternation of the watchdogs of Cambridge when their quarry turned out to be an official Harvard inspector testing the condition of the snow guards.
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