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THE FORUM TONIGHT.

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The University Forum to be held this evening in the Union should be exceedingly well attended, for the questions to be discussed concern the entire student body. As remarked by President Lowell in his recent report, the thing most needed under our athletic system is regular and healthy exercise for the mass of students. Nobody knows better than the students themselves what is necessary to encourage them to indulge in necessary athletic recreation, and the discussion this evening should call forth some interesting proposals as to the means to accomplish this. Another question that has been before the College community for several years is the plan for a union of the various undergraduate literary magazines. Those who are interested in work of this nature and desire to raise literary standards among the undergraduates should be present to give their suggestions for improvement. The discussion of the work and place of the Student Council in University life certainly concerns every Harvard man. This body is designed as the medium through which the undergraduate body voices its opinions and expresses its desires. Therefore the views given as to whether the students believe their representative is fulfilling its mission will help this organization to take advantage of any means of suggested improvement. With such subjects of general interest to be discussed, the Forum this evening deserves an over-flowing attendance.

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