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Housemasters Deny Protesting Rule Waiver at Lowell Jolly-Up

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Housemasters yesterday denied that they had protested Lowell House's Sunday day night parody Jolly-Up where parietal rules were waved in order to allow 17 Radcliffe girls, dressed as boys, to attend.

"No Master has spoken to me about it," Elliott M. Perkins '23, Master of Lowell House, said last night. "It's none of my business," Mason Hammond '25, Master of Kirkland House, remarked and Leigh Hoadley, Master of Leverett House, added that holding such an affair, "is up to Mr. Perkins' discretion."

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