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WE entirely agree with the views expressed by our correspondent in regard to the plan suggested in the President's report of having recitations Saturday afternoon. We cannot protest too strongly against such a scheme. Not only would it render it utterly impossible for those students who live at a distance from Cambridge to go home over Sunday, but it would deprive us of the only real half-holiday we have. As to the President's idea of keeping all the students in Cambridge over Sunday, there are very few but will agree with us in thinking that the few additional hours which would be gained for study are amply compensated for by the pleasure and advantage one derives from a weekly visit to his home.