Address by Henry Irving.

Some time ago a communication was published in the CRIMSON relative to the matter of inviting Mr. Henry Irving to speak before the students some time during his stay in Boston. The suggestion was then made that the invitation should come from the students, preferably from some club. As the outcome of this communication, the officers of the New Harvard Union have seen Mr. Irving and have received his promise that he will address the students some forenoon or afternoon between the twelfth and fifteenth of March, during which period he will be again in Boston.