EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON:- Will you allow me to call attention to a course of lectures which a Harvard graduate is now delivering at the Hawthorne Rooms? The subject, "Russian Literature," is one which at present attracts wide interest among cultivated persons, and the fact that the lecturer, Mr. Ivan Panin, is himself a Russian, adds to the value of the lectures. It is certainly worthy of attention that we have here an opportunity of knowing what a Russian, educated at Harvard, and able to compare the works of his countrymen with those of Western Europeans and Americans, puts upon Puschkin, Googol, Turgenef and Tolstoi. The lectures are given every Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. '81.