If any one doubts the superiority of the CRIMSON over other Boston newspapers, let him read of the experiment conducted by Professor J. B., Conant 13 last Wednesday in Chemistry 2.
Before the class Professor Conant took a copy of the CRIMSON and a copy of a daily Boston paper. Upon each he poured a solution of analine-hydrochloride, which has the same effect as age upon paper. The Boston sheet turned yellow, but the CRIMSON retained its original white lustre. "In 25 years", said Professor Conant, "an average newspaper will turn yellow, but the CRIMSON will not because the University daily is made of chemical pulp while the average newspaper is manufactured of cheap mechanical pulp."