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The college meets today in deep sorrow. The sad accident of Monday is very near to the minds of us all. Shaw was one of those men whom the college can least afford to lose,-a man to whose future all his friends looked for ward with the greatest interest and the most lively expectation. Of remarkable ability, of singular courage and determination, he held a very high place in the respect and esteem of both his instructors and his contemporaries in college. His presence on the football field last year and in the boat this spring made his figure familiar to all of us, and there is no one in college who will not be conscious for a long time to come, of the heavy loss we have sustained in his untimely death.

The depth of sorrow which pervades the college is unmistakable, and makes it unnecessary for us to urge attendance at the meeting in Holden Chapel today, which will be the only opportunity for a spontaneous expression of the feeling of the student body.

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