It is unfortunate that the notice of Professor Norton's lecture to-night should have been omitted from the college calendar. Many of us will be deprived of hearing Professor Norton speak on a subject of great interest, simply because insufficient notice was given. The loss will be greater than that of missing an ordinary lecture. If, as Professor Norton maintains, people in America neglect that side of cultivation which ancient Greece and her works of art represent, there can be no better way for Americans to redeem themselves than by contributing to help on the excavations of Delphi and then profiting by the result. There is probably no richer place for the excavation of works of Greek art than at Delphi to-day. The great nations of Europe, more appreciative of the advantages of such work, appropriate liberal sums from the state treasury for such purpose. With us it is left to private generosity to carry out such plans. There can be no better presentation of the case than Professor Norton will give to-night. The opportunity should not be neglected.
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