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In Memoriam.

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The recent death of Eugene Maurice Rabador formerly of the Class of '99 has fallen as a blow to those of his classmates who knew him. While at Harvard he ranked high in scholarship, and was interested in literary work. Outside of his studies he was most interested in religious matters. A member of the Harvard Christian Association, he wished to qualify himself for this work as a life pursuit. His sincerity as a student, his zeal for the truth, and his deep earnestness in the religious life will remain as a heritage with his classmates.

C. G. DOLMAN, D. D. JOHNSON, E. B. BECKWITH, MALCOLM DONALD.

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