For his part in the automobile crash on March 11 which caused the death of a waitress and out Frederick P. Jerome '68 in the hospital for three weeks, Morris G. Manker '38 will serve 14 days in Cambridge jail after he receives his degree on June 28, it was learned yesterday.
The offence charged was operating under the influence of liquor. In addition, Manker will receive a year's suspended sentence, with a six-year probation period, for manslaughter.
Manker was found guilty on these two counts in Cambridge district court yesterday. Charges of operating without a license, having a person with him who might impede operating of an automobile, drunkenness and operating to endanger were also filed.