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The Harvard student doesn't really know how great a being he is until he sees it announced as an important fact in the Boston papers that "All Harvard students buy their hats of Blank & Co." As a leader of the styles, the Harvard student stands unrivalled; he may fail to win renown in the paths of learning, he may meet with continual defeat in the field of athletics, but silent testimony to his greatness and importance in the eyes of the world, such as the above, cannot fail to bring a soothing balm to his heart.

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