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Despite the rainy night, Appleton Chapel was filled last evening with those who went to hear the Rev. Phillips Brooks. The preacher took for Lis text the words from lsiah, "He planted an ash tree and the rain did nourish it." In the course of his remarks Dr. Books said that in college life men are too apt to be obsequious to the rich and popular fellow and to overlook or slight the brave, earnest man who happens to be poor or unpopular. A man's life can be developed fully only by considering his supernatural part, by maintaming toward rich and poor a sincere, christion demeanor. Then only, with careful regard to its nourish men, can the tree of man's life, planted by Divine love, spread forth its branches and leaves trustfully to the sky.

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