A most timely and sensible suggestion comes to us from Harvard in the establishment there of three prizes for the best general development in the next six months. As it is well known that weak men at the beginning make greater relative development under the same condition than strong men, these prizes offer a special inducement to the men who most need the training they call for, and hence admirably solve the problem. They are not merely open as are the prizes at the athletic games, to the few strong men of the college, but to everybody - the pale, consumptive-looking senior and the diminutive fresh. - [Univ. Mag.
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