We call especial attention to the notice of Dr. Sargent's voluntary class in gymnastics published in another column of this issue. To the vast majortiy of college men who, for one reason or another, cannot indulge in the harder games of football and baseball, this light work in the gymnasium will be of the greatest value. The exercises will gradually increase in difficulty through the two terms so that the work will never lack interest. To the student who exercises to keep his body in condition while his mind is growing, practice in the gymnasium is very necessary. Dr. Sargent's plan then should arouse a good deal of enthusiasm and meet with a hearty response from the students.
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