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The first Vesper service of the year will be held this afternoon in Appleton Chapel. These services have steadily grown in popularity since their inauguration, and it is because they fill a distinct place in the life of the university. The services will always appeal strongly to the students for many reasons. They come at a very convenient hour, at the close of the day's work, and do not interfere in any way with the regular duties of the day. They are conducted by men whose very names are sufficient assurance that the services will always be interesting and practical. Therefore, the announcement that the services are to begin again must be a source of universal satisfaction.

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