Tomorrow evening at seven o'clock, in Holden Chapel, there will be a meeting which is probably the first of its kind in the history of the University. It is a union meeting of the religious societies. The aim of the religious societies in thus joining together is to present more clearly to the students that the purpose of all these societies is the same, namely, to make more real the individual religious life of Harvard men. It is planned to hold these union services about once a month during the college year. At each meeting an address will be given by some prominent man who will be selected, not because he represents any particular sect, but because he is known to be interested in students. The meeting tomorrow evening will be addressed by Dean Hodges of the Episcopal Theological School. The religious societies cordially invite all members of the University to attend.
Union Religious Meeting.
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