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Frank D. Lawrence '39 was fined $10 in East Cambridge Court yesterday, having been found guilty by Judge Arthur P. Stone on a charge of disturbance.

Four M.I.T. students also appeared in the same court. Donald Cole of Belmont was sentenced to a total of four months in the house of correction and fined $10. The $10 charge was made for malicious destruction of a policeman's coat at the Technology Riot on May 4.

Judge Stone stated in reference to the Harvard riot: "There seems to be some idea that there is something sacred about the person of a Tech or Harvard student and that the police should not touch them. That is not the fact."

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