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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
The class of 1929 will graduate a hundred years after one of the most famous of Harvard classes. To the class of 1829 belonged--to mention only a few names--Oliver Wendell Holmes, Samuel F. Smith, and James Freeman Clarke. Would it not be appropriate for the class of 1929 to hold, on some date before graduation, or coincident with graduation, a commemoration meeting, at which speakers should tell of Harvard one hundred years ago, and the lives and work of some members of the class of 1829? R. W. Coues.
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