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A new stained glass window will soon be placed in Memorial Hall, the gift of the class of 1875. It will consist of two panels, each 11 1/2 by 4 feet, with a figure in each, and is a memorial of the early French pioneer movement in the West. The two figures used for this purpose are the explorer La Salle and the Jesuit priest Marquette.

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