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Arraignment of the five students involved in the Sunday morning disturbance at the Waldorf Cafeteria was postponed until April 9 by Judge Louis Greene in Cambridge Third District Court yesterday morning.
Only four of the students, Peter R. Fisher '54, George M. Osgoodby '52, Eben M. Keyes '54, and Charles C. Hoban (Dartmouth '51) were able to appear in court; counsel for the defense requested a postponement until James C. Corman, the other Dartmouth senior implicated, is released from the Cambridge City Hospital where he is being treated for body and head injuries. His condition was reported as "fair."
Boston attorney Richard Gerould '24 is defending Keyes and Fisher, and the other three are being defended by Richard Evarts '12.
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