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A group of unlucky freshmen who had their bursar's cards grabbed by Cambridge police during the Class of 1953's riot last Thursday will be let off with a reprimand, the Administrative Board decided yesterday.
About 20 cards were picked up, contrary to one policeman's claim during the riot that his associates had confiscated nearly 300 of the cards.
Hundreds of Yard residents started the riot when calls of "Rinechart" sounded around 11 p.m. The ended up in a maelstrom at Radcliffe, and disbanded slowly when several police cars arrived.
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