About one hundred members of the Institute of Technology visited the Globe Theatre last night. Each one had pinned to the lappel of his coat a piece of white cardboard on which were the words. "I am not A. W. Walker." These placards were caused by the speech of Mr. Walker in a previous meeting of the students, in which he declared that it would be no less a disgrace to the Institute than to himself if the students attended the theatre in a body. Ten policemen were stationed among the students to preserve order, but in spite of them there was considerable disturbance, and when the performance closed at 12.30 the crowd poured into the streets, shouting and singing.
"TECHS" AT THE GLOBE THEATRE.
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