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Cantabrigia Club Reading.

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John Fox, Jr., '83, author of "The Kentuckians," "Hell fer Sartain," and other stories, gave a reading from his works last evening in Sanders Theatre, concluding the series of the Cantabrigia Club. Mr. Fox prefaced his reading with a short sketch of the Kentucky mountaineer in order to make the stories more intelligible to those who were unfamiliar with this unique type of American character. Mr. Fox has portrayed this character in his stories with a clear insight and a fine sense of humore. His complete mastery of the dialect, from having been much among the mountaineers, and his understanding of their character, give his readings a peculiar interest and charm.

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