The announcement that the members of the Boston Young Men's Christian Union were favored with a lecture by Dr. Sargent on "How to get Recreation and Exercise" leads naturally enough to the inquiry why the undergraduates of Harvard are not allowed to listen to a similar lecture from this gentleman. Now that the season of open-air sports is at hand, it would seem fitting that Dr. Sargent should assemble the men who are under his immediate charge, for the purpose of giving them a few words of advice as to how they may most profitably employ their hours of exercise during the spring, and also in the coming vacation. When the success of the lectures formerly delelivered before the students by Dr. Sargent is remembered, there can be no doubt of the spirit in which such a lecture would be received.
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