In the minds of a large number of people there exists a serious misunderstanding of the attitude of Harvard University toward the moral and religious life of its students. Probably no other one matter prevents so many parents from sending boys to Harvard. Those in the University know that this opinion which has prejudiced many against Harvard is unfounded, and Mr. W. R. Bigelow, of the Law School, has given form to this conviction in a clear, concise and comprehensive article in the December number of, the New England Magazine, as before announced in the CRIMSON. It is a pity that this article cannot be put into the hands of every influential man in the United States. The Christian Association of the University has undertaken to send out 5,000 copies of the article to addresses furnished by the University. This is, however, but a start toward the circulation which the article ought to receive, and the association will be glad to send out a larger number if funds for printing and mailing are provided. Here is opportunity to do effective work for the University that should appeal to those students and instructors who are able to contribute $10, or $5, or less. Any student might contribute to send a definite number of copies of the article to the Harvard club nearest his home. Contributions might also be made to supply Harvard men with copies to mail privately to friends. Probably no college in the country offers such opportunity for moral and religious development as Harvard, and the circulation of this article is a good means to make the world know it. What is done should be done immediately. Contributions may be sent to D. C. Torrey, 24 Read's Block.
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