There are three one-year teaching positions in China now open to Harvard men. One is at Peking University where a salary of $750 will be paid for a teacher of English. A similar position is offered at North China College near Peking, this latter institution also desiring a man to act as private secretary and to help in college athletics and music. All three of these positions, while not demanding finished scholarship, will require a high standard of attainment, and by giving a man a field for the exercise of his best efforts, will draw him close to the fast developing life of the new China.
All interested in this sort of work should apply at once to M. E. Peabody 1G., Episcopal Theological School Lawrence Hall, Brattle street, or to P. G. M. Austin 1G., at Phillips Brooks House.