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Lowell, Boylston Try Out Chimes

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Tintinnabulations resounded throughout the University yesterday. The Russian chimes of President Lowell rang in the evening, announcing the first High Table, and in the less traditional Boylston Hall a fire bell rang for fifteen minutes, causing worried students to stand hesitatingly before its door.

But no combustion was located, and all that could be found to explain the monotonous tone was a short circuit. Those who hoped that at least the Yard might be composed primarily of red brick buildings were again disappointed.

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