CRIMSON WILL ACT AS HOST

DINNER TO CELEBRATE THIRTYNINTH ANNIVERSARY.--PROMINENT SPEAKERS.

The CRIMSON will celebrate its thirty-ninth anniversary with the annual dinner to be held in the Union this evening at 7 o'clock. About 100 guests will be present, including President Lowell; Dr. Talcott Williams, editor of the Philadelphia Press, and the recently appointed head of the new Pulitzer School of Journalism at Columbia; J. W. Farley '99, publisher of the Boston Herald; Dean Hurlbut; Professor Wendell; W. R. Thayer '81; representatives from the Yale News, the Daily Princetonian, and the Pennsylvanian, and about 50 Harvard undergraduates. Guests will assemble in the Sanctum in the Union at 7 o'clock.

R. F. Duncan 12 will act as toastmaster and introduce the following speakers: "College Contemporaries," R. C. Benchley '12; "The Newspaper Game," J. W. Farley '99; "The New Pulitzer School of Journalism at Columbia," Dr. Talcott Williams; "Somnolent Reflections," President Lowell. A quartet from the Glee Club will render selections. The Yale News baseball team which will play the CRIMSON tomorrow is expected to arrive in time to attend the dinner.