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Mysterious Animal's Travels Baffle Barnard Authorities


A small, furry animal, believed to be a cat, was discovered traveling the floors of Barnard Hall two days ago, but the story of how it got there and what its motives were remained a mystery to hall residents last night.

The animal, sex undisclosed, was using the obsolete dumb waiter as its headquarters, and was able to travel secretly to the various floors of the building at will, by use of the machine.

Questioned last night, two Barnard residents refused to admit or deny that they have had dealings with the beast.

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