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Harvard College is too business-like. It may not be advisable to stop recitations for any and every little holiday peculiar to this section of the country, but when a day of national observance, like Washington's Birthday or Memorial Day, comes around, it certainly looks as if we too might take part in the observances which are the privilege of the humblest in the land. The example of a certain professor in the Law School, who notified his sections that he would not lecture Tuesday, as it was a legal holiday, is commendable.

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