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Two visiting firemen, reputed to have tickled into Leverett House from Rollins and Dartmouth, relieved the exam period monotony early yesterday morning by leaping from a first floor window in Leverett and running up and down Plympton St., clad only in their underwear.
Previously the exuberant collegiates had engaged in a contest of throwing each other's clothes out of the window to the sidewalk. Soon after their loap from the first-floor window, their uncharitable host locked up for the night, leaving them the objects of a water barrage from Lowell and Leverett.
A yard cop interrupted their cavorting on Plympton St. in the midst of the festivities, escorting them back into Leverett where they are reported to have settled down for the night.
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