Hooton Repeats Preference For Apes Over Men at Fair

One of Four Harvard Men to Speak At Boston Book Fair

Warning his audiences not to confuse anthropologists with philanthropists, Earnest A. Hooton, professor of Anthropology, went on to tell some 300 people gathered in the Herald-Traveler Auditorium for the opening of the Boston Book Fair, that the more he studied men, the more he liked his apes. Theodore Roosevelt '09, John P. Marquand '14 and Oliver La Farge '24 also appeared on the program and amused the audience with an hour of reminiscences.

Kenneth B. Murdock '16, professor of English, will preside at today's meeting, the principal speaker being Robert Frost '99. On Wednesday Robert S. Billyer, associate professor of English, and Howard Mumford Jones, professor of English, will speak, in addition to David T. W. McCord '21, executive secretary of the Harvard Fund.