Bored Wives Fit Around College's Festive Board

For the benefit of Alumni wives who decided to watch over their mates' reunion celebrations and new find nothing worth watching over, the University has set up an unprecedented number of exhibitions, designed to capture the interests of as wide a group as possible.

Centers of these means of diversion are Widener and Houghton Libraries, and Fogg Art Museum, which together offer a total of 14 displays.

Open this week from 8:45 to 5:30 o'clock, Widener features pictures of Commencement at Harvard through three centuries, a model of the University as it stood at the turn of the century, and the Gutenberg Bible. Don't mind the men in uniform around the latter--they're really very amiable gentlemen.

Botanical illustrations and a special Keais Room, containing autograph manuscripts, are the main attractions at Houghton Library, open from 9 to 5 o'clock.

Fogg Art Museum has arranged an exhibition of eighteenth century English silver especially for the ladies.


And then there's the Arnold Arboretum...

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