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Keeney, History Instructor Volunteers As Army Private

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Another transfer from the ranks of the Faculty to the ranks came last week when Barnaby C. Keeney, instructor in History, departed to volunteer as a private in the Army.

Keeney was a section man in History 1 and a tutor in Lowell House. He was married last summer and as a married man was not immediately eligible for the draft.

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