It was sufficiently advertised on the college bulletin boards, that Mr. J. G. Croswell was to read from "Theocritus" last Wednesday evening, in Sever Hall. Although Mr. Croswell's reading was unusually interesting, only twenty-five persons cared enough about hearing it to take the trouble to walk to Sever. Many fine lectures of late have been slighted in this manner. If the students would think of the vast amount of trouble that lecturers often put themselves to, so that they may appear before a Harvard audience, and the disappointment that they must feel at seeing evidence of so small an appreciation of their efforts, we think the students would give them a much heartier support; besides, the benefit derived from such lectures can hardly be over-estimated.
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