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COLLECTION OF 250,000 BEETLES EEQUEATHED TO UNIVERSITY

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A collection of a quarter of a million beetles has been recently given to the University by Dr. Henry C. Fall of Tyngsboro, who spent sixty years amassing the collection.

A teacher of physics and chemistry, Dr. Fall captured and classified the bugs as a side hobby, and the collection includes two North American series each containing about 100,000 specimens, and 50,000 from foreign countries together with several thousand butterflies and moths.

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