THE very clear article of Mr. Burgwyn, '73, in the October number of the Old and New, on the Springfield Regatta, contains an account of the successful result of the Harvard Telegraphic Company's experiments on the banks of the Connecticut, - a result beyond the expectation of experienced operators. With the workings of the company here last year we were all more or less familiar, and strangers have looked inquiringly at the gossamer line between Stoughton and Holworthy, conjecturing as to its purpose. The subject of Mr. Burgwyn's article is of so much interest to collegians, that we thought it right to mention it, referring our readers to the Old and New for further particulars.
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