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TURTLE AGAIN SHINES FORTH AS STOUGHTON PAINT PEELS

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Nathan M. Plaut '39, who lives at 25 Stoughton Hall, found himself without a closet door yesterday.

It had been confiscated for artistic purposes, for it bears upon it the images of a turtle and a partridge, painted in oil as a mural by William Stanley Haseltine, of the Class of 1854 during his two years of residence in the room.

The delicate job of removing the many coats of green paint applied since that date by the University Maintenance Department was accomplished chiefly by the use of such chemicals as either and carbon tetrachloride.

A new, unmuralled door will be installed soon.

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