Newest member of the Harvard tweedy set, with a special predilection for gin, scotch, or possibly Coca-Cola if a sufficient amount of rum is added, is a South American Coati-Mondi recently brought back from the jungles of Peru.
The strange, monkey-like animal, probably the most sophisticated exponent of his species, is well acquainted with all the luxuries of air and ocean travel. He is now comfortably settled in Cambridge, happy with the eggs in his cage which he can squash and lap up at will.
When Achuni was taken for his most recent afternoon promenade, he committed a definite breach of etiquette by mistaking a silken limb for a tree branch and starting to make the ascent. Fortunately a disaster was averted by quick thinking on the part of a passer-by who plucked the animal from his shapely "tree" and set him to earth again.