At Peterboro, N. H., Dudley Allen Sargent, M.D., 75-year-old "apostle of exercise for everybody," died. Why will he be remembered? Because he was trailblazer for all that is reliable in modern physical culture and gymnastic training, particularly in schools and colleges. Because he directed Hemenway Gymnasium at Harvard University for 40 years and various physical training schools as well. Because he invented and perfected most gymnastic apparatus in use in the U. S. today. Because of late he pioneered the field of athletics and sane...

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