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The State

January 07, 1986

More than 270 Santa Clara University dormitory rooms were discovered ransacked as students returned from the holidays, but campus officials said nothing of real value appeared to have been taken. Rooms in five dormitory buildings were apparently entered with a pass key. "It just doesn't make sense to us," university spokesman John McLain said. "There wasn't any vandalism. They didn't break furniture or kick in any walls. . . . No spray paint or anything like that."

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