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Local investigators were still baffled last night over what seemed to be a deliberate attempt on the life of John C. Wright '54 of Lowell House.
While chewing on a meat ball in the Lowell dining hall last night. Wright encountered "something hard" which was discovered to be a .300 calibre bullet.
Some Lowell House amateur sleuths were inclined to doubt that the bullet indicated a careful plot to eliminate Wright. "The .300 bullet is commonly used in high-powered elephant rifles."
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