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Assistant Professor Hanus' Lecture.

Assistant Professor Hanus will lecture tonight in Sever 11, at 7.45, on "The Permanent Influence of John Amos Comenius." In addition to what was said in referring to this in last Thursday's issue of the CRIMSON, it may be of interest to note that the lecturer will deal especially with those reforms which Comenius sought to introduce into the elementary schools of his time, and that some of these reforms are very similar to those which President Eliot so emphatically urges to be introduced into our grammar schools.

Many of the best books which were compiled by Comenius have been used in the schools of this country and copies of these will be shown and described during the evening. This is the first public lecture which Assistant Professor Hanus has given since his connection with the college, and a cordial welcome by numbers is due him by the students.

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