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What appears to be the first definite step toward securing a new gymnasium for Harvard was taken last night when those members of the class of 1910 living in the vicinity of Boston held a dinner at Louis' and discussed possible means of securing such a gymnasium.
The discussion resulted in a unanimous vote of the class to send a resolution to President Lowell urging him to appoint a committee for the purpose of securing a new building.
It was realized that present facilities for indoor teams are wholly inadequate and that the present gymnasium is the weakest part of the University equipment. Consequently the class of 1910 pledges its moral and financial support to this cause and agrees to further it in every possible way.
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