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A harbinger of the impending storm, 27 big shiny trunks, bulging with Eli shoulder pads and extra shoelaces, arrived from New Haven at the South Station at 10 o'clock last night, just twelve hours too early.
The harassed Yale manager, fearing for his charges, phoned frantically for transportation. At eleven o'clock he gave up and called Wellesley.
No theory was advanced last night for the premature arrival of the Yale luggage except possible nervousness in the Eli managerial staff.
Sitting in an easy chair while he listened to a radio rendition of "You Can't Take That Away from Me," the baggage master, solo guardian of the trunks, appeared to have the situation well in hand.
"Why the H. A. A. will send trucks out tomorrow for them trunks as usual. Nobody's going to get them baggage checks away from me until then. No sir!"
"You Harvard guys are always pulling tricks," he added.
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