Mr. Herbert K. Job '88 will deliver the first of a series of three lectures on "Birds" under the auspices of the Massachusetts Audubon Society in Room 23. Walker Building, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, this evening at 8 o'clock. The subject will be "The Rookeries of Southern Florids and the Fight to Save the Birds." The lecture will be illustrated with colored views. Tickets can be obtained from Herrick, or by mail of the secretary of the Society at $2 for the course or 75 cents for single tickets; but no tickets will be sold at the door.
Lecture by Mr. H. K. Job '88 on Birds.
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