Francis Underwood Perry's dentin comes as a sudden blow to his many friends in the Senior Class, and on the CRIMSON Board of which he was a member. Always known for his good fellowship, he was distinguished by the number of warm friendships he made here at Harvard, and his loss is correspondingly deep. It is tragic that he should be taken away just when, after graduation and a trip through Europe, he was about to enter paths for which his character and training admirably fitted him.