The Boston Globe and the Celebration.
The Boston Globe intends to keep up its reputation of giving, with the largest staff of Harvard graduates in America, more readable Harvard news than any other paper. It will be the paper that students will buy in large quantities to send away. On each day the Globe will contain full accounts of the exercises of the day before, with suitable illustrations. The literary exercises, both of graduates and undergraduates, will be fully reported by expert shorthand writers, including speeches at the alumni dinner. On Sunday morning, many columns of the Sunday Globe will be given to portraying the past and present of Harvard. Quaint historical facts, recollections and descriptions of illustrations of Harvard in 1726, 1790, 1830 and to-day; recollections of the 200th celebration, and many other things to make a most interesting souvenir of the celebration that will be of value for preservation by students and alumni and friends of the college.