The annual dinner of the Boston Press Club was held in the United States Hotel last evening. A small number of Harvard men were invited. One of the after dinner speeches was given by H. C. Lakin L. S., the Harvard correspondent for the Boston Herald. He gave a straight-forward, lively speech on the work of college men who correspond for the Boston and New York dailies, and also on the characteristics of the college papers. His speech was well received.
Harvard Man Speaks.
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