In all sincerity we heartily reciprocate the sentiments expressed in the extracts from the article on Eastern colleges in the Oberlin Review quoted in our yesterday's issue; and surely every Harvard man will agree with us in this. Such sentiments are both admirable and truly generous, and far too seldom find utterance either East or West. We fear lest our Western friends, who are often too sensitive to the ignorant sneer of the Eastern undergraduate, will misconstrue our meaning. "In this brotherhood of colleges there is no place for jealousy.
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