The annual reports presented at the annual meeting of the Harvard Union last evening show an encouraging progress in the society during the part year. The need of a debating society in the college is so well recognized that a blow which might have proved fatal to another organization produced but little effect upon the Union, and even this has almost entirely disappeared. The attendance showed a marked increase over last year, and the debates have been not always confined to the principal disputants, as often happened formerly, but shared with animation by the other members. If the Union continues its prosperous course through another year, it will fully re-establish its claim of being one of our most flourishing and useful societies.
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