HARVARD INSTRUCTORS TO TALK BEFORE UNEMPLOYED

Four Harvard instructors will give a series of lectures to the unemployed beginning this week under the auspices of the City Wide Emergency Committee on Health and Recreation. The series will consist of seven courses, with ten lectures in each, under the supervision of Arthur F. Whittem '02, associate professor of Romance Languages.

Courses will be given by Frederick B. Robinson '31, assistant director of Fogg Art Museum, in "Appreciation of Art," and by Payson S. Wild, Jr., instructor in Government, in "International Relations." Leonard W. Doob 1G, is in charge of a series of lectures on "Psychology and the Modern Man."