The senior class is once more called upon to sustain the loss of one of its members, in the death of Aaron Roger Crane. The sudden death of a student within less than a month of graduation must be attended with peculiar sadness, and cannot fail to cast a gloom over the whole college. It is hard to realize that a man who seemed in such perfect physical condition should meet with such a sudden and mysterious end, and this complete unexpectedness only serves to make the event more impressive in its sadness. To those who knew Roger Crane, and they were many, any words of praise cannot fail to seem superfluous, and to those who did not know him, the grief of his friends offer testimony of his worth.
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