All the members of the Institute of 1770, both past and present, will thank the present sophomore members for the effort which they are making to revive the interests of the old sophomore society. For years the Institute has been gradually losing its hold, and graduates have complained loudly that their society should have become neglected. The action of the present sophomores will renew the interest and raise the Institute to its old and elevated position among the Harvard societies.
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