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STUDENT TAKES "BULL" BY HORNS IN PROPERTY CLASS

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Law Professor Edward H. "Bull" Warren '95 waived his iron-bound rule that "more than 12 minutes late is absent" last week. An unidentified student walked into his Property 1 class 20 minutes late, explaining that he had just returned from a Naval Science cruise and didn't want to miss another class.

The "Bull" allowed him to remain, changing his policy because of the patriotic sentiments involved, but he shortly regretted his kindheartedness. Fifteen minutes before the end of the hour the student rose, told the class he had to catch a plane for another cruise, and departed, leaving the teacher in a near apoplectic state.

As the prankster left, he announced that he "liked the form of the course, but not the substance."

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