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Not satisfied with time in its accepted guise, Charles R. Apted '06, chief of the Yard Police, has hunted down $15 worth of time-tolling monstrosity, a machine (hardly a watch) that not only chimes furiously on the hour, but signifies the day of the week and the date thereof.
An antique naturally enough, the imposing engine must be wound with a key. So that there may be a discrimination between day and night, half of the 24 hours on the face are depicted in black.
The Colonel is so delighted with this time saving, though saving timepiece, a Max Keezer "re-creation," that he may be found almost anytime perambulating it around Lehman Hall.
Figuring that the chronometer cost $15, or at the rate of about 62 cents per hour, and considering the weight of its lick, it would appear that he has not done so badly for himself.
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