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A student at Harvard, coming back after the Thanksgiving vacation, just barely made his first class by going to the lecture directly from the train, before he even put his bags in his room. The lecture was too much for our friend, however, and he gently dozed off. Noticing this, the watchful professor walked up beside the student and, in the approved conductor's fashion, yelled. "Back Bay Station." Whereupon, the student suddenly started up, grabbed his bags and ran out of the room. Daily Pennsylvanian, Jan. 16, 1936.

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