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L. de J. Harvard '15 Wounded

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Word was received today from England that Lionel de Jersey Harvard '15 has been wounded. He was shot through the chest on September 25, and is now reported to be resting comfortably and entirely out of danger, in a hospital on the Isle of Wight.

After graduating from College in 1915, Harvard returned to his home in London and immediately joined an officers' training corps. Five months later he was gazetted as second lieutenant in the first battalion of the Grenadier Guards. He has been at the front with his regiment since March, 1916.

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