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APRIL FOOL'S DAY FEATURED BY SCARCITY OF JOKESTERS

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April Fool's Day was a complete flop this year; the Cambridge Fire Department received no false alarms, and the University received no telephonists asking to speak to Mr. Harvard.

But the spirit of Humor is not entirely dead in the Yard. One daring fellow last evening placed his pal's derby on the pavement and full of evil glee hid himself behind a tree. Soon a nice, bespectacled, becaned, bespatted gentleman came along, picked up the hat and returned to the prankster who showed the polite gratitude the occasion deserved. Having replaced the headgear, the daring fellow turned to light a cigarette. On looking again a moment later the hat had disappeared. And that ended that for another year.

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