To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
May I call attention to a series of addresses on the Christian Ministry as a profession which have been arranged by the Harvard Divinity Club? A considerable number of undergraduates are thinking of the ministry as a possible use of their lives, and there are many others to whom discussions of the place of the Ministry in Modern life ought to be of value. For all such these lectures have been designed. The first is to be given tomorrow at 8 o'clock in the Common Room of Divinity Hall, when Rev. Dr. George A. Gordon of the Old South Church, Boston, will speak on "The Claims of the Ministry on Young Men of Power." The other addresses are as follows:
Friday, March 15--President Eliot on "Why Harvard Men should go into the Ministry."
Friday, April 12--Bishop Lawrence on "The Ministry from a Practical Point of View." Yours truly, JAMES HARDY ROCES.