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As a reward from a grateful Corporation for his interesting collection of goose-eggs assembled last fall, Coach Richard C. Harlow has been appointed custodian of birds' eggs and nests in the museum of Comparative Zoology.
As associate in Oology, Eggman Harlow will brood over one of the finest collections of old eggs in the world, second only to that of the lamented Riverside Farm. Adding a touch of piquancy to the announcement is the statement that the appointment is for a three-year term.
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