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EDITORS HARVARD HERALD: The opinion is freely expressed that the action of last Tuesday's cooperative meeting, in cutting off the Scientific School from representation on the board of the proposed Cooperative Society, was not only unfair to the school, but inconsiderate of the interests of the society. It appears from the catalogue (which makes no account of the number of students who have entered the Scientific School since October) that the Scientific is numerically as strong as either the Divinity or the Theological schools. It seems to me that the Cooperative Society will need help from every available source, and that it failed to display foresight when it repelled the cooperation of a considerable institution, which is now making a most rapid growth.

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