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The case of the free-swinging 18-year-old twins, Gloria and Maria Klemm, who battled policemen in Leverett House Monday, was continued until Friday in East Cambridge District Court, pending investigation of the charges that the girls had been using "stimulants."

Although University and Cambridge policemen, as well as the girls' parents showed up in court yesterday morning ready to testify, the two defendants were never brought into the courtroom. On Friday they will face charges of assault and battery, disturbing the peace, and trespassing on University property.

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