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THE Harvard graduates in Portland propose forming a Harvard Club. We hope that they will carry out this proposition, and that graduates in other cities will follow their example. Such clubs not only bring together present graduates in pleasant reunions, but they also furnish future Harvard men with a means of forming agreeable acquaintances and profitable connections in cities where otherwise they would be entire strangers. The bond between men of the same college is a lasting one, which grows stronger as years go by. Old graduates are interested in the younger men, and all alike watch over the welfare of their Alma Mater.

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