The Tappan Association for the Presbyterian students in the Univer3Íty has decided to give a short series of lectures on Sunday evenings this season, beginning January 25, in the Presbyterian church, on Some Great Books. The dates, subjects and lecturers are as follows: January 25th, "Eusebius' Church History," by Rev. J. F. Dickie. February 8th, "Augustine's Confessions," by Rev. M. O. Brownson. February 22nd, "A Kempis' Imitation of Christ," by Rev. J. M. Barkley. March 8th, "Plato's Phsedo," by Rev. J. M. Gelston. March isth, "Dante's Divina Comedia," by Howard Duffield, D. D. March 29th, "Calvin's Institutes, " by Rev. R. J. Service. April 5th, "Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress," by Geo. F. Hunting, D. D. April 26th, "The New England Primer," by Wallace Radcliffe, D. D. Rev. Wallace Radcliffe, the president of the association, announces, "It is intended ultimately to furnish a scheme of training in our doctrine, history and methods, which will fit its students for practical and intelligent service in their home church or for professional study in the theological seminary. The scheme is not yet fully matured nor could it be hopefully presented till the completion of McMillan Hall. The work this winter, as in the past, must be experimental and introductory."