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Blooming by day in the Radcliffe, Yard, but modestly retiring into a cellar at five o'clock every day, a four-foot tulip has been amazing passersby. This horticultural marvel, is, however, only a department store creation, built up from wire and paper.
Mary E. Townsend, Radcliffe '40 rose before breakfast Monday morning to plant her prize blossom, but a few hours later she found it in a vast of water, brightening up one of the administration offices.
Since then the Radcliffe Maintenance men have adopted it, carefully setting it out every morning and bringing it back under cover when the day's work is done. Every admirer of the plant is jealously watched as a potential souvenir hunter.
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