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Bill "Flash" Graney, night janitor at Lowell House, proved himself the hero of the hour yesterday when he captured a cat for Julian Lowell Coolidge '96, professor of Mathematics and Master of Lowell House.
After the Coolidge household had been thrown into consternation when Mr. Coolidge's small black cat was nowhere to be found, "Flash" Graney moved into action. Judiciously depositing an attractive, if slightly used herring outside the janitor's office, he sat back snugly and awaited his victim.
Sure enough, several hours later Graney heard the scraping of a cat's feet outside his door. Interviewed after his feat, Graney was modest. "It wuz nuthin'," he blushed.
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