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Argyll Frazer.

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The death is announced of Argyll Frazer of the class of '92. His death was accidental and under most distressing circumstances. On the 16th of August he attended a base ball game, and while there was playing ball with a friend, when the ball slipped through his hands, striking him between the eyes. He was taken to the hospital, and was thought to be recovering, but lock-jaw set in, and he soon died.

Frazer was poor and was working his way through college. Although he did not rank with the highest, yet his work showed great earnestness. His father's ambition, besides having his son go through college, was to collect a library for him, and he had obtained nearly five hundred volumes when fire destroyed them all. Again he set to work, and had collected about five hundred more volumes, when this sad accident occured. The class of '88 of the Boston Latin school have passed resolutions expressing their sorrow at losing so promising a member of their class.

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