Frank Dickinson Bartlett of the class of 1902, died of appendicitis at Munich, Bavaria, July 15, 1900, at the age of twenty years. Bartlett prepared for college at the Douglas and Manuel Training Schools in Chicago and at Stone's School in Boston. During his year at Stones he stroked his school crew in the interscholastic races. He was actively interested in rowing and rowed on the second Weld 1902 crew last spring. He went abroad the fifteenth of June and travelled in Germany until he reached Munich, where he was was taken sick and died after a week's illness. The funeral took place in Chicago, July 27.
F. D. Bartlett '02
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