The most popular of all the religious exercises of the University, the Vesper services, begin again this afternoon. The return of the time when these services are a regular Thursday afternoon fixture will be welcomed by all old men, and those who are new to the University will soon come to understand the peculiar place which they fill in the life here. They are remarkably simple and impressive, and they come at an hour of the day when everyone can take time for them. They have become a part of the college life and their success is assured.
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