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As a result of over-exposure Charles W. MacVeagh, Jr., '19, of New York City, died while on a snow-shoeing trip up Mt. Monadnock, N. H., early yesterday morning, according to word received late last night.
His companion, Charlton Reynders '20, also from New York, has survived, but is suffering considerably from over-exposure. The pair started off Thursday for the MacVeagh summer home in Dublin, N. H., and on Saturday set out for a short trip on snowshoes, discarding hats, gloves and coats, on account of the mildness of the weather. They became lost in a snow storm Saturday night, and were found early yesterday morning by the caretaker of the MacVeagh estate half a mile from the top of Mt. Monadnock.
MacVeagh had died while on the mountain at 4 o'clock Sunday morning. His body was brought back to Dublin.
While in College MacVeagh was president of the Advocate, and last fall he entered the Princeton Graduate School.
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