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Commemorating the twenty-fifth anniversary of the death of William Vaughn Moody '93, famous American poet and play-wright at the turn of the century, a meeting was held yesterday afternoon in Stoughton 28, his undergraduate room. Similar services were conducted at Columbia and Chicago University.

The principal address was delivered by Charles Cestre, exchange professor from France, after which E.K. Rand '94, Pope Professor of Latin, read from Moody's letters to his wife.

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