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William Bayard Cutting, Jr., '00 died on March 10 at Assouan, Egypt of pneumonia. While in College he was distinguished in scholarship receiving a detur, in his Sophomore year, and three John Harvard Scholarships; he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He played on his class baseball team for three years, and was captain of the University golf team.

After leaving College he was private secretary to Ambassador Choate in London, deputy consul at Milan, and received the appointment of secretary of the legation at Tangier. His health, however, compelled him to go to Egypt, where he died while engaged in collecting material for a course of lectures to be given at Harvard.

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