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William H. Manning.

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William H. Manning, Harvard '82 and his wife were killed Friday night at the Palatine Bridge disaster on the New York Central road. The peculiar sadness about the calamity lies in the fact that Mr. Manning was married only a little over a week ago, and it was on their wedding journey that he and his wife met their death. During his course here Mr. Manning was prommently identified with the intellectual and athletic life of the college He was considered one of the most brilliant men in his class, and his standing especially in the classics was more than excellent. He was a member of the university football team and during his senior year was its captain. Since his graduation Mr. Manning has been engaged in business interests as the manager of the estate of the late Dr. Ayer. He has made his home part of the time in Cambridge where his parents still live and part of the time in Marguette, Michigan. His wife was a Miss Davis of New York.

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