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THE FINAL SACRIFICE.

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The many miles between us and the long, winding line of trenches in Europe seem a short step when the tragic news of some comrade's death is flashed to us. The reality of the stern trials and the heroic sacrifices demanded by the great game of war is vividly brought home. Ronald Hoskier of the Junior class is the first Harvard undergraduate to make the final and glorious sacrifice for the cause of humanity and democracy. The many acquaintances of Hoskier sincerely mourn the loss of a friend whose exceptional qualities were recognized and admired by all who came in contact with him. He met his death bravely in action, and has brought highest honor to his family and college. May his brothers in arms see in his sacrifice the best example of service to country and faith.

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