ENGLISH YOUTHS VISIT UNIVERSITY
Reception by President First of Series of Visits Arranged to Show Various Aspects of University
Two masters and ten students of the Radley School of England are guests of Harvard today. The group is making a month's tour of the preparatory schools and colleges of the United States as a return visit to that of the Kent School crew, which visited England last summer to row in the Henley Regatta and in a special race with the Radley School. The trip through the various educational institutions of this country has been arranged by the Reverend F. H. Sill, Headmaster of the Kent School.
The program arranged for the visitors began last night with an informal dinner in Standish Hall, and the group spent the night in the Freshman Dormitories.
President Lowell will receive the English students this morning at 9.30 o'clock in University Hall, after which the party will go to Soldiers Field to see the University's athletic equipment. Later they will be shown through Widener Library by W. C. Lane '81, Librarian, and through the new Fogg Art Museum by Professor P. J. Sachs '00, Director of the Fogg Museum.
For lunch the visitors have been invited to the Tennis and Racquet Club in Boston. Returning to Cambridge they will go to tea at the Signet Society, following which they will visit the buildings of the CRIMSON and Lampoon. Tonight they will sleep in the Freshman Halls again and they will leave Cambridge tomorrow morning.
Headquarters for the tour are in New York, from which they will sail again on January 21 after their vacation. The two Radley School masters accompanying the boys are F. J. Nugee and L. P. Huggins. The student party includes C. C. Adams, J. H. Arkell, H. H. Barneby, D. C. H. C. Borgnis, P. J. Gibbs, G. M. Hawticy, R. C. Henderson, J. R. Lord, W. K. Rogers, and W. E. Stubbs.