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This evening occurs an event of interest to all students at Harvard. A lecture on the peculiarities of the University, portraying scenes about college, and giving an account of student life to the outside world, would, in itself, be a sufficient attraction for the large number of students who will attend. The fact, however, that the lecture will be delivered by a member of the senior class must excite the curiosity as well as the interest of all students in the success of the event. We have no doubt that the energy and perseverance shown by Mr. Bowen in this undertaking, will be rewarded with the success they deserve.

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