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Pew End by Wiggins Will Be Installed in College Chapel

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At a service arranged especially for Harvard men, Goodwin B. Beach 07, president of the Harvard Club of Connecticut, will unveil a pew end of carved Harvard scenes at the vesper service in the Trinity College chapel on Sunday. Carved by John G. Wiggins '12, the pew end was donated by a group of Harvard graduates in and around Boston, and will be added to those already in place in the chapel.

The carving shows the lion of Immanuel College holding John Harvard's shield, continental troops in front of Massachusetts Hall, and John Harvard seated in his chair with a suggestive canine appendage. There is also a representation of the first intercollegiate boat race, rowed by Harvard, Yale, and Trinity.

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