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Dunster House art savants alternately quivered and shuddered yesterday when at 6:30 p.m. a recent donation to the House common room was shown to the public for the first time. The painting, a "stark non-objective" composition, according to the artist, Jean Palette '50 (left), proved to be somewhat objective on closer inspection by L. T. Sturdley '50 (right).

The artist is seen above affectionately eyeing the exit, through which he and "Annabelle" shortly beat a hasty retreat.

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