A pamphlet containing three essays and a poem will be distributed to all members of the Freshman Class today. Its contents are: "Soldiers Field," and address by Major Henry Lee Higginson '55; "Habit," by William James '69; "The Mistakes of College Life," by Dean Briggs, and "Mater Fortissima," the Phi Beta Kappa poem in 1903. This gift is made through the generosity of six anonymous donors who style themselves "Six Harvard Graduates."
Pamphlet Published for Freshmen
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