Fraternity house ransacked 2 hurt


MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) -- A weekend attack on a West Virginia University fraternity house left two people, including a Maryland junior, with minor injuries, police said yesterday.

Steve Simoncini, president of the Sigma Nu fraternity, said 50 to 60 people ransacked the fraternity house Saturday morning, breaking windows and furniture. Damage to the house was estimated at between $2,500 and $4,000.

John West, a junior from Damascus, suffered bruises but refused hospital treatment, said Mr. Simoncini, a junior from Washington, Md.

Lt. Roger Willard said no one was arrested.

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