The work which the Christian Association did several years ago has been given over largely to the Student Volunteer Committee, and the Association devotes its whole attention to making the college life of students, particularly undergraduates, more pleasant and helpful. To this end it provides a comfortable room, open to all students, in which the daily papers and the periodicals are on file, and gives each year valuable courses in Bible study under able instructors. It also holds weekly religious meetings, which, from their simple uncertarian character and the convenience of the time at which they are held, are very welcome to a great many students. The simplicity, liberality and earnestness of the Association's work commend it to all Harvard men.
The Christian Association extends a hearty welcome to all graduates and undergraduates interested in its work to attend its annual reception tonight at the Colonial Club.