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It is with reluctance that we again venture to call the attention of the members of the Freshman Class to their utter disregard in class meetings of all parliamentary and gentlemanly rules of etiquette. It is a disgrace to the college that one for its classes should exhibit such a mockery of a class meeting. While it is expected that the first meeting of the freshmen will be devoid of all sobriety, succeeding assemblies are supposed to allow an opportunity of exhibiting the herent respectabilities of the members. But the disgraceful scene enacted at the last meeting of the class of '88 deserves the severest censure of the college at large. Such a season of uproar as was witnessed in Boylston Hall last evening, can only be accounted for on the supposition that the presiding officers of the class are incapable, or that the members of the present Freshman Class are some what less gentlemanly than their predecessors.

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