WE wish to call attention to the address by President Eliot at the regular monthly social of the Christian Association tonight. The subject is one which must be of interest to everybody, particularly to students. We do not often have a chance to listen to President Eliot and when we do, it is always with the sincere desire to hear from him again. The social tonight, then, offers us an unusual pleasure. Aside from the regular address, it is announced that the Glee Club will sing. The socials of the Christian Association are a comparatively new method of reaching the college and they have been very encouraging in their results. All members of the university are cordially extended an invitation to be present to-night, and we hope that as many as can will meet at seven o'clock in the society's rooms in Holden Chapel.
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