The author's reading to be given in Sander's Theatre Wednesday evening under the direction of the Cantabrigia Club will not only be an occasion of considerable interest on account of the wide-spread reputation of those who are to take part, but it is gotten up to provide funds for a decidely worthy object. Although at Radcliffe College, where many of the students are preparing to teach, there has always been a need for scholarships, the college has never yet been able to offer a single regular annual scholarship with a permanent endowment fund. Whatever aid of this kind the students have received, has been given from year to year by individuals. With the proceeds of Wednesday's reading, however, it is desired to found a permanent scholarship, like those offered in the University; and if the sum realized is not large enough to accomplish this, it is intended to make the scholarship a temporary one and to use the money at once for the benefit of poor and deserving students. At any rate, no matter what disposition is made of the profits, the undertaking is thoroughly deserving of success. It is to be hoped that members of the University will show their interest in it by attending the reading tomorrow night.
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