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Gilbert Murray, the first professor to hold the Charles Eliot Norton chair of poetry, will address an American audience for the last time before leaving for England, when he speaks tonight at the Symphony Hall at 8.15 o'clock. the address is being given in the Symphony Hall to accommodate those who have been unable to hear his lectures in halls of more limited capacity.
Professor Murray, both as a scholar of Greek Drama, and of Literature, and as an international figure through his connection with the League of Nations, has delivered a series of lectures at Harvard which, as the Herald says, "have drawn as few orators can hope to do"
He returns to Oxford to take up again the professorship which he holds there.
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