Education: Elementary

Tipped off that a mysterious gang of undergraduates was trying to peddle advance copies of his final examination for $30 apiece, Instructor Gilbert Geis of the University of Oklahoma decided that it would be only proper for him to crack the case himself. Last week he got one of his students to cooperate, told him to let it be known that he needed an advance copy of the exam and to get one of the culprits to deliver it himself. The trap worked: when the culprit arrived, both Instructor Geis and the campus chief of police were on hand to greet...

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