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The Nation takes the opportunity of a severe critique upon Mr. Henry Norman's "Account of the Harvard Greek Play" to shake his ambrosial locks in doubting comment on the results of said play for Harvard and the cause of Greek studies generally. It says: "College presidents will shake their heads when they read that for five months there were three or four rehearsals a week, and that for six weeks preceding the performance there was a rehearsal every day, to say nothing of the vast drain on the time and energies of the professional managers. A smaller college than Harvard would simply be broken up by it for the entire session." The Nation also expresses its wish (in considering Mr. Arthur Gilman's last report) that an adequately endowed institution may soon take the place of the present annex.

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