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A weather-beaten gray tombstone with grass and dirt still clinging to its bottom was mysteriously deposited in the Dunster House Superintendent's office yesterday. There is no clue as to how the stone got in the office.

An effort to trace its rightful resting place has as yet failed to show from where it was taken. The only clue so far is the inscription of the tombstone itself. The last name of the deceased has been worn away, but the rest of the lettering is easy to read.

"Archibald M... Born--Iverness, Scotland--May 19, 1851--Died--September 22, 1877." The superintendent and janitors disclaim any knowledge of the entire matter.

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