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UNIVERSITY HALL'S GEYSER HITS SQUIRREL AT 37 FEET

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'Duplicating Yellowstone's famous landmark, University Hall's own geyser shot skyward at precisely 11 o'clock yesterday morning. A fire alarm bell rang, and, from a hitherto unnoticed well, a huge brown spout of water rose until it showered a squirrel 37 feet distant.

A crowd which gathered at 12 o'clock and hoped that Harvard might have an "Old Faithful," was disappointed when only a minor trickle appeared.

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