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SIX GLARE-BLIND STUDENTS VOLUNTEER AS GUINEA PIGS

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With suppressed glee the office of the Traffic Research Bureau at 29 Holyoke street announced yesterday that a grand total of six students had answered the call for volunteers for a glare-blindness test. They didn't expect any.

Out of the six men that offered themselves to the Bureau scientists on the second floor of Hemingway Gymnasium as human guinea pigs, only one was a hopelessly glare-blind individual. Two of the men were half blind, and one fellow, in a brown suit, could see the man on the miniature highway as clearly as a far-seeing child of six. He said he was a Senior.

The test is really very harmless. The victim is asked to look through the eyepiece into a pair of miniature headlights. Then he is asked if he can see the man supposedly standing on the road. If he can't he is glare-blind.

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