Rev. Charles Cuthbert Hall, president of the Union Theological Seminary of New York, has been appointed to deliver the William Belden Noble lectures next year. The lectures, six in number, are to be given in the last week of Marclf and the first and second weeks of April on the general theme of "The Attitude of Christ toward Foreign Races and Religions."
The fund for these lectures was presented to the University in 1898 by Mrs. William Belden Noble, in memory of her husband, an Episcopal clergyman, who graduated from the University in 1885, and of Phillips Brooks with whom Mr. Noble was in close sympathy.
The lectures last fall were delivered by the Bishop of Ripon.