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EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON. - I should like to second the suggestion made in last Thursday's CRIMSON that a brief informal address be added to the service at morning prayers. A few suggestive words that need not take more than five minutes would, it seems to me, contribute very much to the interest of the service, and might be made most helpful as one comes into prayers before he takes up the work of the day. Dr. Hale on the first morning of his residence spoke at prayers a few words which were a model of brevity and suggestiveness. I am sure that the college would be gratified if Dr. Brooks and the other preachers would follow the example.

J. '89.