It has been decided to add at least twenty-seven telephones to the present system of the University. Complete arrangements for installing the new lines have not yet been determined upon, but will be made later. The new telephones will be installed this summer and will probably be ready for use by next fall. They will be distributed among the buildings as follows: Massachusetts Hall, 2; Gore Hall, 5; University Museum, 4; Pierce Hall, 3; Divinity Hall, 2; Law School, 2; Boylston Laboratory, 1; Brooks House, 1; Robinson Hall, 1; Union, 1; Gymnasium, 1; Astronomical Building, 1; Rotch Building, 1; Randall Hall, 1; Memorial Hall, 1.
A University Telephone System.
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