After a chase from the Indoor Athletic Building to the intersection of Mt. Auburn and De Wolf Streets Friday afternoon, a posse of 50 irate upperclassmen finally captured and turned over to the police a man who had taken a wallet containing $63 from the locker of Rene Peroy, fencing coach.
As he came out of his shower, dripping wet, Peroy noticed the culprit running out of the room. Without waiting to dress he gave chase through the corridors of the Indoor Athletic Building and shouting for aid succeeded in getting nearby students to continue the pursuit. An officer finally caught up with the crowd of pursuers just in time to arrest the culprit after he had led them a merry chase down Mt. Auburn Street.
Athletic Association officials hope that his arrest will put an end to the epidemic of robberies that has lately plagued the Indoor Athletic Building.
Cross Country Run.A cross country run was substituted for the hare and hound run yesterday afternoon, prizes being offered for the first
Spring Tennis Tournament.The annual spring tennis tournament will be held this year on May 14 on Jarvis Field. Entries should be sent
Special Notice.DURING January Messrs. L. P. Hollander and Co., of 202 Boylston Street, and Park Square, will take orders in their
OFFICERS OF UNDERGRADUATE ORGANIZATIONSThe following list gives the names and addresses of men in the University who are officers in athletic, literary, musical,
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