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1895 - Log Cabin- Removed from McMillan Homestead to Jefferson College (p. 30)
1927 - Archons determine to hire Lyle K. Bush (Washington 1922) and Martin J. Her (Minnesota 1927) as field secretaries.
1967 - Jack Nicklaus defeats Arnold Palmer to win his second U.S. Open, setting a new 72-hole record (275).
1990 - At Rutgers, arson claims Nu Beta Chapter's 78 Easton Avenue house; the remains are subsequently demolished.
1997 - Second of the summer's three Fiji Academies convenes.

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