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Loch Ness monster:
Fact or fantasy?
By The Associated Press agent.
"a__i 1The fearsome Loch Ness mon- A Scottish Highlands police
ster, if it turns out to be any- chief once proposed an act of
thing at all, may be nothing Parliament to protect the Loch
more than a poor ungainly crea- Ness monster, although Nessy's
gture suffering from adenoids. done a bangup job protectingj
At least that impression came himself-or herself, or itself.
(Continued from Page 1) across from a photographic slide
the , store when they heard a showing a rust-colored object Prehistoric skeletons f o u n d
crash and an alarm go off. with what appear to be two thither and yon over the years
front appendages, a long neck have been described as possess-
The police chased Farnks and and a gourd-like head. ing Nessy's dubious character-
Richardson across the Diag. THE PICTUREor is one in a istics.
Franks was caught approaching
Haven Hall and Richardson in series taken in Loch Ness by an ?1 0 R E 0 V E R, Nessy has
front of Helen Newberry Hall. American research team headed spawned a whole tribe of fellow
by Robert Rines, a Boston law- monsters. Similar sea serpents
ACCORDING to Lee Pickett yer. He showed it to about 50 have been reported sighted else-
owner and manager of Campus students Wednesday at Franklin where in Scotland, in Ireland,
Jewelers on N. University, the Pierce Law Center in Concord, and in Ceylon and East Siberia.
jewelry was scattered 'all over N.H., where he is dean. It even has been postulated that
the Diag while the pair was flee- The monster, Nessy, has be-1 Nessy's only one member of a
ing to State St. The goods, re- come a legend in his own time- Nessy's-n lyyonemm es±
covered included one womens' a time that stretches back sev- close-knit family of Loch Ness
watch, six mens' watches, six eral centuries to the first re- monsters.
womens' rings, and four mens' ported sighting of the creature -
rings meandering along the surface of
Officers said some stolen prop- Loch Ness, a 25-mile lake in the FOR THE
erty was in the pair's possession Scottish Highlands.
when they were arrested. He once was lightly dismissed TIME BEING
Franks, son of former all- as a giant squid. But more often
America g u a r d, Dr. Julian he's been depicted in the more b
Franks, is a non-scholarship robust guise of a sea serpent.by
player from Grand Rapids. DURING WORLD War IT W. H. AUDEN
Richardson hails from Ft. there arose a movement in Bri-
Indiana and plays - tain to transplant Nessy and A Presentation
1Wayne, Idaa adpasrun- i i nGemnsba Ine.(abridged)
ning back on the junior varsityschm nGr nsbmre.9
er, younger brother of sopho- Nothing much came of the idea, in celebration
squad. He is a scholarship play- E nor was there any indication of Advent at
more varsity wingback Max 'that the monster would have
Richardson. been comfortable in the non- Universit
n e u t r a 1 role of underwater
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And the batteries installed in the
radiotelephones will be kept
charged by solar energy.
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