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Radcliffe Yard groundsmen have started an active campaign against bicycles on the lawn by removing them to an out-of-the-way bicycle rack on Brattle Street. Twenty-five girls have already been victims of this purge.

The new move, explained E. B. Gates, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, is designed to preserve both the beauty of the lawn, and the grass itself. If the present action is not effective, 'Cliffe cyclists will have to pay a $.25 fee to reclaim their bicycles.

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