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Roscoe Pound, dean omeritus of the Law School and a Phi Betta Kappa senator, was one of the main speakers at the installation last week of the Pennsylvania Kappa chapter of the fraternity at Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania.

Washington and Jefferson was granted a charter last September at the national convention of the organization in Atlanta, Georgia. The installation exercises were held in conjunction with the annual Founder's Day celebration. Dr. Frank P. Graves, president of Phi Betta Kappa, presided.

Among the alumni of the college who were chosen foundation members was Francis H. Lee, professor of English Literature at Harvard and writer of several noteworthy works on poetry.

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