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  • n  the position of headmaster

  • Soon after he began teaching at the school in 1897, he coached the baseball team, an office which he kept up for eleven years of his headmastership.
  • Endicott Peabody, a living legend at 87, retired from Groton's headmastership in 1940to a new house just off the campus.
  • In 1916 he went to Yale as professor of Latin, resigned three years later to accept the Lawrenceville headmastership.

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