Albert Bushnell Hart '80, professor of Government at the University and member of the teaching staff since 1883, has abandoned his trip to France for family reasons, and will be in Cambridge this half year doing literary work. He will not, however, lecture in the University before next fall. He was appointed exchange professor to France by the Corporation February 3, 1920, to succeed Dean Henry A. Yeomans '00. Professor Hart's successor will be appointed at the next meeting of the Corporation. At the present time it is not known from what department this appointment will be made.
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