The remaining two numbers of this year's Bulletin, the weekly paper for graduates, will be edited by Mr. A. J. Garceau '91, who will take charge of the paper next year. The size of the sheet will be restored to that of a year ago. It is the intention to make it something more than a bulletin of events. Editorials and communications will be published, not merely on athletics, but also on current topics of interest to Harvard men. Subscriptions may be made at Leavitt & Peirce's and full information may be had by addressing the manager at 44 State St., Boston, Mass. Full reports of all athletic events with pictures of the teams, and important news of Harvard and other colleges will be the features. As a matter of convenience volume four of the Bulletin will end with the current number, and the two remaining numbers will begin the fifth volume.
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