ADDRESSES ON PROFESSIONS

To be Given in Union During the Spring. "Law" on April 11.

Addresses on the various professions open to a man graduating from college are to be given by different men on Tuesday evenings in the Living Room of the Union on the following dates. On April 11, Mr. J. G. Milburn of New York, recently a member of the law firm of Rogers, Locke & Milburn, in 1901 president of the Pan-American Exposition, and well known as an able lawyer, will speak on "Law"; on April 25, Dr. J. C. Warren '63 of Boston, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, England, Professor of Surgery in the University from 1887 to 1893, editor and part author of "The International Text Book of Surgery by American and British Authors," and for many years prominent in Boston as a doctor, will give an address on "Medicine"; and on May 16, Rev. Endicott Peabody, head-master of Groton School, will speak on "Teaching."

Arrangements are also being made for addresses on politics, the ministry, architecture, engineering and railroading, the dates of which will be announced later.