May Day at Bryn Mawr is all fun and games until the maypoles go missing. And that’s exactly what happened in May of 1966 when a group of Haverford students were arrested for their springtime shenanigans. Although the students were not successful in their attempted prank, they still suffered the consequences and were fined a total of $306. That’s worth about $2200 today! For any scheming pranksters, think twice before absconding with any maypoles this May Day season. (Excerpt from The Haverford College News: Volume 56, Issue 32 courtesy of Haverford College Library’s Special Collections Department).