The combined religious meeting which will be held this evening at 7 in Holden Chapel is a sign of a most commendable and healthy spirit among the religious societies. Their work in the past as individuals has been admirable in its simplicity and quiet effectiveness, and this new movement toward a more complete unity of purpose ought to strengthen all the societies greatly. It will place them in a still more dignified position before the University, and remedy their principal, if not their only weakness in the past. No man could be better fitted than Dr. Hodges to address such a meeting in a spirit of broad minded tolerance.
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