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$25,000 Bequest Left to University

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By the will of William Bayard Cutting, Jr., '00, who died at Assouan, Egypt, March 10, 1910, the University has received a bequest of $25,000.

While in College Cutting was distinguished in scholarship, receiving three John Harvard Scholarships and a detur. He also took an active part in minor athletics. Later he entered the diplomatic service, but was compelled to resign on account of ill health. At the time of his death he was engaged in collecting material for a course of lectures to be given at Harvard.

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