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The Ninety-One Nine.
We would call the attention of all seniors and juniors to the opportunities afforded them of studying elocution. There are several sections which recite at different times, so that each student will find at least one of the sections suiting his own convenience. Mr. Jones is an able instructor, and puts pains and enthusiasm into his work. The department of elocution at Harvard is at present weak. If students would in a body feel the necessity of making most of the facilities offered, we feel sure the faculty would be obliged to take steps in order to bring up elocution to its proper standing in the college curriculum. As matters now stand, only a few men go into elocution, and the sections are small. Even with but one instructor, a far larger number of students would find it much to their profit to make the most of the advantages now afforded in this branch of a full and rounded education.