He will introduce many of his own inventions, perfectly adapted to the needs we have long felt to be unsupplied. It has been said that the beams, from which it was supposed the apparatus was to be hung, are too high. The effect of the interior would have been marred by placing the beams any lower, while by the present method a great advantage is gained. An iron framework is fastened to the timbers, on which are running beams and eyes that can be placed at any desired point.
On the whole, the new Gymnasium gives every promise of success, and it now lies with us to work with Dr. Sargent, that Harvard's gymnastic exhibitions may rank with any in the country.