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l'nil- G. E. Woodbury, a recent gradu- 'late action of t!ie Regents, in making the
ato of Harvard college, chosen a year ago I matter compulsory. Would we have the
by the Hoard of Regents, to Jill the chair 'military department something of a rcali
of English Literatim- and Rhetoric has ar- 'ty, the proper mean has. been devised for
rived and enters upon his duties at the making it Mich. Was the matter thoitr
beginning of this new j ear. The tudenls i ongoly understood, wuould the students
extend a hearty welcome to Mr. Woodbury but look atjil in the proper light, we cii
and will endeavor to make his duties both turelhat this revolting would toon cense,
agreeable and pleasant. The want of tin All en well allbid to spend a short tint
Instructor in this dcpnrinent has long each day in drill, there is none but wht
been felt, by those connected with the 'win find lime away from studies, to indulge
University and they have anxiously await-, in this healtehfull pleasing oxereisisc.
ed the comming, when an able and com-1 When it was understood that a military
putonl teacher would commence the long
department was to be connected with the
desired instruction. Fiom Mr. Wood- i institution, theic was none but what had a
bury we are not doomed to disttpolnl
meut, he havingUught in thisdepartment
in Harvard college before his graduation
from that institution, which speaks vol
nines as tonis capability and success us a
teacher of Literature and Rhetoric.
Upon opening day. many of the stud,
cuts were much disconceited, and agitated
upon the announcement, Unit all students
pi the Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior
years would be compelled to join the niili-
feeling of pride, astliey witnessed lhcaug
mentation ol our already extended ad
vantages. Then to make it a success, de
pends upon you, do it cheerfully, and
you will find it an avocation both pleasing
and protitahle The feeling, that an impo
I sition was being practiced, in compelling
students to enter this department, and sc
ctiie uniforms for the occasion is unfound
ed, it is to your adavantage, better and
more durable cloths can be procuied and
nt a far lower rate, than the commonest
clothing can be purchased. You arc
tary department. Since the oiintnization
of Mich a department the students hac "Sluing ymr own interests, working to
I,,.,.., i,1, I.. ,w..m..!l.Mr ,,.., , !,,"r,Uv liilyiiiilfig hen you endeavor
J ' " - u intertete :u
ciuiLs, consequently the expediency of the j rights.
uul demand your so called
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