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In accordance with the oft-repeated suggestion of the CRIMSON, steps have at last been taken to effect the organization of an Andover club. A meeting of the graduates of the Academy is called for this evening, and we hope that the notice of this meeting has met the eye of every Andover man in Harvard. It is not necessary again to go over the reasons why the organization of such a club will prove a good thing for both Harvard and Andover; we have already spoken editorially of these. We hope, too, that it is not necessary to urge every Andover man to attend the meeting and take hold of the plan with a vigor which will insure its speedy consummation. It would indeed be a strange thing if Andover men did not display that enthusiasm for which they are so well known in a matter which is so intimately associated with the good of the old school they all love, and which, we confidently believe, will knit closer the bond between Phillips and Harvard.

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