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To the Editors of the Crimson:
Professor Loisette, whose lecture here last Monday has created a demand for lessons in his methods of memorizing, writes me that if a hundred names are sent in he will come to Cambridge and give the three lessons personally, at his usual fee of five dollars for each person taught. It will doubtless give your readers pleasure to learn that he expresses the intention, if the course is given, of making a gift of the profits to the Psychological department of the University, which (I need hardly say!) is in need of funds.
I trust that a good class may be formed, late as the season is. An advertisement stating to whom application should be made, etc., will immediately appear in your columns and elsewhere. Believe me
Truly yours,WILLIAM JAMES,