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What are you up to?
What am I up to?
What are you up to?
What am I up to?

The athletic director at a small college in Los Angeles receives an anonymous letter saying that two basketball players are being paid by a local gambler to throw games.

He takes the letter to the Los Angeles Police Department.

Captain Adam Greer assigns his youthful-looking undercover team, the Mod Squad, to investigate.

Julie will pose as secretary to the athletic director.

Pete and Linc will pose as transfer students.

On just their first day on the case, suggestive details mount:

When Julie reports to work for the athletic director, the college basketball coach is waiting in the outer office, and after introducing himself, he asks Julie out to lunch.

When the athletic director arrives, he takes the basketball coach into his office and shuts the door.

When Pete and Linc meet the two suspected players—Scooter and Larry—Scooter will not tell his real name.

When Scooter and Larry take Pete and Linc around the dormitory to meet the fellow residents, they pass several students whom Scooter and Larry appear to recognize, but do not greet.

These details could be meaningless, but they could be significant.

For example:

Perhaps the college basketball coach already knows Julie’s true role.

Perhaps the athletic director and the basketball coach are in cahoots.

Perhaps Scooter is a criminal attending the university under a false identity.

Perhaps Scooter and Larry have threatened some suspicious students.

However, now is not a time to surmise, but to observe.

Ellsworth Kelly

Ellsworth Kelly

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