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To the Editors of the Crimson:
GENTLEMEN: - Let me call the attention of your readers to the lecture which Mr. J. B. Reynolds is to give at 7.30 this evening in Sever Hall. Mr. Reynolds is the Head Worker in the New York University Settlement, and is making a tour of the colleges in order to explain to them the conditions and aims of settlement life. His lecture appeals not only to the few who are thinking of connecting themselves professionally with settlement work, but also to the sympathetic many who would like to understand better this latest mode of contact between the helpful and the helpless.
Very truly yours,
G. H. PALMER.11 Quncy St., May 20.
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