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Ideas are intangible and unstable things. They cannot hold the attention of the hurrying multitudes of the city for a great length of time, seldom for as long as they deserve. But a solution lies in translating them into concrete--or brick--realities. This is the means which the Harvard Club of Boston has taken to establish the idea that Boston and Cambridge are united by the strong, though invisible, ties of Harvard. As long as Harvard is in Cambridge, so long will Boston be a centre of interest for Harvard men, graduates and undergraduates. It is, therefore, the one place outside of Cambridge that should support a flourishing Harvard Club.
The new clubhouse thus has a valid foundation in Harvard spirit. That it is located among the many public and quasi-public institutions about the Fenway gives it further and more inclusive importance.
Under such auspices the opening tonight should be a big fact in Harvard history. Harvard cannot but wish a continuation of the already vigorous life of the Harvard Alumni of Boston.
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