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Former President Lowell's Flying License Is Revoked

Flying Under Weeks Bridge Cause of Arrest

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A. Lawrence Lowell '77, President Emeritus, entered a complaint to Secretary Hull last night on the revocation of his pilot's license by the Federal Department of Commerce and the Massachusetts Bureau of Airways.

The former president of the University was arrested early yesterday afternoon as he returned from the Boston Municipal Airport for reckless flying.

Police charged that Lowell, while piloting his Gee Bee Spoliator, deliberately flow under Weeks Bridge and then forced strollers along the river to throw themselves flat on the ground.

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