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AUTHORITIES TRAILING IN RACE WITH AUTO VIOLATORS

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As has often been the case in the past, parking regulations are again bearing witness to that unnamed but well-defined law of nature which keeps Harvard students always one step ahead of the University powers.

First the automobile driver lures a College tag for illicit parking; he answers his summons but holds on to the ticket. Then away to the New Lecture Hall, leave the chariot on the street with the tag, date renewed in the winshield, and think no more about it. If an authority sees the car, he observes also that its owner has already been penalized and gives the matter no further thought.

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