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AID FOR SIX FOOTERS WILL BRING REFORM OF BED THING

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Complaints that one third of the of the population of the College were ill-bedded brought action from the Administration yesterday when the University sent a man armed with a yard-stick to measure the beds.

It appears that, as has long been suspected in well-informed circles, all the long men have short beds and all the short men have long beds. The Bedroom New Deal plans to readjust this inequality in favor of the Forgotten Six-footer.

Longest bed discovered in the Cencus of Sleepers was a seven foot, four inch job in the room of James B. "Shorty" Kobak in A entry. Kobak, standing five-foot seven in his crepesoled brogans, planned to chain his prize to a radiator. "I'm not big, but I kick around a lot," he apologized last night.

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