Mr. Joseph L. Smith will give an illustrated lecture for the benefit of the Cambridge Anti-Tuberculosis Association in the New Lecture Hall tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. Smith is a painter of considerable note having executed mural decorations in the Boston Public Library and the Horticultural Hall, Philadelphia. He will speak of his adventures in Southern India including his visit to the almost unknown Buried Temples of Cambodia. The lecture will be illustrated by views taken by Mr. Smith and Mr. Denman W. Ross '75 while in the East. Tickets at $1 each may be obtained at Amee's.
LECTURE ON SOUTHERN INDIA
Mr. Smith to Speak in New Lecture Hall Tomorrow.--Tickets at Amee's.
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