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Any students who have been excessively nervous because of suspicious looking men lurking around the gates of the Yard recently need have no fears of possible arson, murder, kidnapping, or any other parlous deeds.
The presence of these men, 24 of them, was explained by the Bureau of Traffic Research. The Bureau is conducting a survey of pedestrian traffic, counting everyone entering or leaving the Yard from 8 o'clock in the morning to 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon.
The count, the object of which is to be part of a large report on local traffic, has revealed, unofficially, that 25 women came out of the Yard one morning who were not reported as entering. The Bureau declines to advance any theory concerning this phenomenon.
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