At Yale the day of prayer was appropriately observed. All college exercises were omitted with the exception of the recitation immediately following chapel. Two special religious meetings were held during the day-one at eleven in the morning and the other at four in the afternoon. The one at eleven was for the various classes in their respective rooms in Dwight Hall, and was addressed by the following gentlemen: Seniors by Rev. Dr. Anderson of Waterbury; Juniors by Professor E. L. Richards; Sophomores by Professor Reynolds, and Freshmen by Professor Adams. The one in the afternoon was held in the large lecture room of Dwight Hall, and was addressed by Rev. Joseph Twichell '59, of Hartford.
Observances at Yale.
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