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Heywood M. Paul.

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The announcement of the death of Heywood M. Paul '88, last Tuesday in Edgewater, N. J., will be received with the most sincere sorrow by the large number of friends which he made among his fellow students during the four years he was in college. He was the son of Henry S. Paul of Philodelphia. He graduated from Harvard last June having completed a four year's course in chemistry. Since graduation he has been on an extensive tour through Europe. His death was due to nervous and brain troubles. On Tuesday evening he wandered away from the house and disappeared. On the following day his body was found in the Delaware river. His sudden and unexpected death will be deeply felt by an unusually large circle of acquaintances both in college and in Cambridge.

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