Seldom has a series of lectures been given at Harvard more entertaining or instructive than Professor Cooke's lectures on the "Ice Fields of Switzerland." The effect of the lecturer's remarkable powers of vivid description is heightened by the use of a powerful stereopticon. View after view is projected on the screen, and it is difficult not to feel that one is actually transported to the land of mountains and glaciers. We would remind the students that the lectures begin promptly at seven o'clock, not at half past, as some seem to have got the impression.
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