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A Difference Between Harvard and Other Colleges.

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In reference to the photographs of the senior and freshman classes, which were taken last week, the Cambridge Tribune speaks as follows: "Of course it was to be expected that the dignified seniors would be photographed in sober silence, but when the freshmen's turn came the vast difference between Harvard and other colleges was immediately apparent, a difference which Harvard considers greatly to its credit, but which would be unheard of elsewhere. The freshmen sat quietly in their places and had their photographs taken as if it was a matter of course. There was not a sophomore to be seen, no reflected light was cast on the group to spoil the picture, and the whole ordeal passed off only less solemly and less soberly than the one through which '88 had just passed.

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