Mr. Thomas M. Osborne, president of the George Junior Republic Association, will speak on the work and needs of the Republic at the First Parish. Vestry Church street, on Saturday, November 29, at 8 o'clock. Members of the University interested in Social Service but not familiar with the interesting work of the George Junior Republic and its success will be able to learn many new facts from Mr. Osborne. It is particularly desirable that College students interested in charities should give their attention to work of this kind which concerns the making of permanently useful citizens out of apparently unpromising characters. The fact that the boys of the Republic carry on their government and politics like larger citizens should appeal especially strongly. On Saturday one of the citizens of the Republic will also speak.
Address on the Junior Republic.
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