To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

Harvard teachers do not usually celebrate their colleagues in public. Please allow me to break system by commemorating in your columns the life and work of Werner Jaegey. Like many Greeks of old, it befell him to be exiled from his country, and he found in America a homeland which continued to nourish his genius, and to which he gave the full measure of his service and affection. We are all the pearer for his passing. Eric A. Havelock,   Professor of Greek and Latin.   (Visiting Professor, Princeton University)