His spirit is worthy of perpetuation. A student has gained little from his college life if his sympathies have not developed,-if he has not at least begun to feel that other men are worthy of consideration as well as himself. Here at Harvard there is the widest divergence in the means of the students. There are the very rich and the very poor. This inequality breeds good to no one. It grinds out the joy of life to the man who is wretchedly poor, and it makes easy the corruption of life to the man who is enormously wealthy. Any movement which tends to bring about more of an equality of advantages is a promise of good. We believe that the memorial to Secretary Bolles is such.