We wish to call the attention of students and especially the members of the various athletic organizations and societies, to the department of American colleges in the Paris Exposition of the coming spring and summer. Professor C. Wellman Parks, of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y., has charge of the exhibit, and has sent out circulars to the various organizations of our colleges asking for photographs and anything else that can be sent to represent the college. We understand that many of the smaller colleges are making great efforts to be represented as well as possible, while Harvard is doing little or nothing.
If the college authorities are not interested, it devolves upon the students to enter into the work with still greater enthusiasm and see to it that our great university is fittingly represented.
But very little time remains before Professor Parks will send his exhibit to Paris. We urge, therefore, all the college papers, clubs and societies to take a lively interest in the matter, and if they have done nothing as yet, immediately to do all that they can to insure Harvard an exhibit worthy her place among the other American colleges.
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