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ELIOT MAN AND LADY FRIEND ARRESTED RIDING IN TANDEM

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Intent on following the Harvard-Cornell race on the Charles Saturday, Nicholas Satterlee '38 of Eliot House and his companion Mary Ayer of Milton disregarded orders of police to get off the sidewalk of Memorial Drive with the tandem bicycle and were consequently arrested and fined ten dollars each.

Police declared that only Satterlee was first arrested, but Miss Ayer demanded that she too be taken along on the grounds that she was steering the bicycle and furnishing half the power. The boat race continued and the two offenders faced Judge Arthur P. Stone of the East Cambridge district court.

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