The appointment of three new lecturers at the University has recently been announced. Dr. Paul E. More A. M. '93, who taught Sanskrit at Harvard thirty years ago and has since been literary editor of the Independent and the New York Evening Post and editor of the Nation, will be a lecturer in Grek and Latin during the second half of the year 1925-26. In the Graduate School of Education Edward E. Allen '84, head of the Perkins Institution for the Blind has been named as lecturer on the education of the blind. William H. McAdams, associate professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will be lecturer on Industrial Chemistry for the remainder of this year.
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