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Rev. Edward Everett Hale of Boston conducted the services at Appleton Chapel yesterday afternoon. The speaker after reading a portion of the gospel of St. John made a short address especially for students of history and philosophy. He said he wished to impress upon these men in particular, the lesson of eternal progress and improvement of mankind; in which improvement the working together of all persons is an essential quality. For by this working together we make ourselves partakers of the divine life.

The choir sang the following preces: "Where withal shall a young man cleanse his way," Hiles; "Beloved let us love one another," Stainer; "Then shall the righteous," Mendelssohn.

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