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Saints, satans, and Scouts will stalk the streets of Cambridge tonight in celebration of the age-old pagan-Christian holiday, Halloween.
Police said last night that they "expect no trouble from the saints at Harvard," and will use Boy Scouts to keep an eye on the satans. Over 50 young troopers will join the force for a night. Some Scouts were used last year with such success that more were asked for this year.
Other than this addition to the long arm of the law, the only little people abroad will be ghouls and ghosts and wee-wiggledie beats.
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