Youth: Riotous Fun

Sacking a city has always been one of man's favorite forms of fun. About the only peacetime substitute is a good riot—and riots just don't happen every day of the week. They are beginning to happen on Labor Day weekend, though, regularly enough to constitute a new teen-age folkway. This year's rash of riots included:

> A series of brawls in the Falmouth-Hyannis area of Cape Cod, Mass., in which 160 young people were arrested —among them James Collins, 19, from Wethersfield, Conn., on charges of killing Stephen Gilligan of Newton, Mass, (whom he had never seen before) by hitting him...

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