The attention of the college is called to the following article drawn up by the committee of the reading room:
In order to assure the success of the reading-room it is necessary that at least 125 more men should, this week, signify their intention of subscribing. For a very small price ($2) facilities are afforded for the perusal of nearly all the leading papers of the country, as well as magazines and college papers. The expense this year will necessarily be larger than in former years, for the college authorities feel unable to pay for heating the room as heretofore. It is, therefore, earnestly requested by the committee that all who can will hand in their names immediately. If 125 names are not in the committee's hands by Saturday night the reading-room will have to be given up. Names may be left at Bartlett's, at 32 Matthews, or at 68 Thayer.
E. A. HIBBARD,H. E. BARNES, Committee.