The St. Paul's Society and Christian Association will combine their usual meetings this evening in the third Bible study conference of the year to be held in the Parlor of Phillips Brooks House at 7 o'clock. Mr. Wellington H. Tinker, who has had wide experience among college men in New York City, will be the principal speaker, taking for his subject "The Value of Daily Bible Study." The other speakers will be R. V. Hill 2G., B. D. Hall '09, W. M. Shipman '10, H. L. Groves '12, each of whom will speak briefly on the present situation of the Bible-study work. All members of the University are invited to attend.
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