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By Miles J. Herszenhorn
David J. Fichter ’73 said he painted the poster of Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts ’76, continuing a long tradition of painting his own protest signs, dating back to when he painted signs in his dorm at Lowell House to protest the Vietnam War.
David J. Fichter ’73 said he painted the poster of Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts ’76, continuing a long tradition of painting his own protest signs, dating back to when he painted signs in his dorm at Lowell House to protest the Vietnam War.

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