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Yard cops rushed to the scene of a mob struggle at the entrance of New Lecture Hall yesterday to find several Social Relations 1a section men selling pamphlets listed, as part of required reading.
Hundreds of sleepy-eyed students were outside fighting their way inside toward the few remaining seats. Hundreds who had already secured the valued havens of rest inside were streaming back outside to purchase the pamphlet. The result: mass confusion.
Title of the pamphlet: "Individual and Mass Behavior in Extreme Situations."
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