Harold Gruber was the chairman of Princeton University in the early 1930s.

In 1933, Gruber went on record with the media regarding an arrest warrant for Dr. Indiana Jones of their archaeology department by the government of British Honduras, stating that the university was looking into the charges of "grave robbing" and would not defend Jones if the allegations ended up being true.

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