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At the Divinity School the other day one particularly bright young student was asked by his professor to get a certain book from Milton V. Anastos '30, Librarian of the School. The title of the book to be procured was "Homer and Aegeas."

The young man, however, had one failing--he could not remember names. After locating the librarian he walked quickly up and asked, "Hey, sir, have you got a book called 'Homer and Anastos'?"

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