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Rocky Mountain Harvard Club.

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The Rocky Mountain Harvard Club held its fifth annual dinner Wednesday evening, the 28th. Before the banquet there was a short business meeting, when Mr. W. H. Smiley, '77, was elected president, and Rev. S. A. Eliot, '84, secretary. Mr. Eliot responded to the toast "Alma Mater." Other toasts were: "Proctors of Yore," "College Widows," "Colorado in Harvard and Harvard in Colorado," "The Medical School," and "Harvard in Literature." In replying to "Harvard Athletics," D. H. B. Whitney said that he should send his son not to the college that has gained the most victories, but to the college that gave the best balance of power between the desire to excel in athletics sports and the ultimate intellectual ends for which the college was established.

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