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DR. SARGENT'S LECTURE.

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The third lecture by Dr. Sargent was given yesterday afternoon in Sever 11, and was one of the most practical and instructive of the course. His subject was "The Muscles at Rest and in Action," and he gave a clear and lucid description of the more important muscles of the human frame and their position when active and at rest, with reference to each other and to the general make-up of the system. He pointed out the necessity of using the greatest care not to overtask the muscles in the beginning of gymnasium work and the evil effects of developing a certain set at the expense of the others. The audience was composed exclusively of freshmen, and was somewhat larger than at the previous lectures.

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