Age Speaks

Young Harvard, as reported in the CRIMSON, does not seem to share Miss Pankhurst's feeling that religion is the hope of the world. The CRIMSON opposes the building of a chapel as a war memorial on the ground that the college religious service no longer plays any part in the lives of a vast majority of students (which is true enough), nor is likely to become any more important in the future. It thinks a neglected chapel would be an ignominious tribute. If thinks a building which will be "a constant, active reminder of the ideal which it represents is the only memorial worth considering," and it speaks up for a memorial gymnasium.

There is quite a bit more to life than Youth thinks of, but in due time it finds out. E.S. Martin in "Life".

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