The latest number of the Yale Literary Magazine, quotes that "College Kodak" which described a scene in English 12. It then goes on to say that nothing of the kind is ever seen at Yale where recitations are brisk and full of life. This is ridiculous in the the extreme. The Yale writer, not understanding what sort of a course English 12 is, has attempted to compare an hour spent in correcting other men's themes, with an hour spent in correcting other men's themes, with an hour of philosophical discussion. We advise our Yale friend to understand what he is writing about before he makes adverse criticism.
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