Harvard Club of Pittsburgh.

Communication

(We invite all men in the University to submit communications on subjects of timely interest, but assume no responsibility for sentiments expressed under this head.)

To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

Men who are leaving Harvard College this year and intend to live in Pittsburgh, will, especially if they are strangers to that city, find it to their advantage to communicate with Horace F. Baker, 413 Wabash Building Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. Baker is secretary of an exceptionally active and interesting Harvard Club. The Club is composed very largely of young men who take great pleasure in welcoming Harvard men. The Club has pointed out that oftentimes Harvard men who are strangers to the city enter business there and are lost to the club because the club itself has not means of knowing who these men are or where they are located. If such men will but write to the secretary as I have suggested, they will find themselves among a splendid group of men who will do everything in their power to establish for these newcomers pleasant and profitable surroundings. SIDNEY CURTIS '05.