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TWITTLEBERG HOPS TO VICTORY

Hopscotch Tean Seek Major Status After Second Win

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At Brattle Hall yesterday afternoon, Oswald Twittleberg '38 hopped to a thrilling one-lap victory to win the all-collegiate hopscotch championship of New England. Because this is the second consecutive year that the Crimson hoppers have won the meet, a petition is being circulated demanding that hop-scotch be made a major sport.

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