HARVARD OFFERS LECTURES FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT

Instruction in Various Fields Given By University Professors

Harvard University will assist in the series of cooperative University Courses to be given for the benefit of the unemployed during the 12 weeks beginning Monday, January 11. The series of lectures has been arranged by the Massachusetts Emergency Committee on Unemployment, and will be open to all who have had at least a high school education. A registration fee of $.25 will be charged, which will be given over to the Committee.

Professors in the University will provide instruction in the following fields: Business Economics, Appreciation of Art, Appreciation of Music, Choral Singing, and Literature. The instruction, though of university grade, will not count for university credit. It is not intended that these courses shall conflict or be connected with the lectures offered by the Commission on Extension Courses. The number of lectures in the unemployment benefit courses is smaller than in the university extension ones.