The class of 1905 will hold a smoker at the University Club, Boston, this evening at 7.30 o'clock. The chief speaker will be G. L. Chandler, United States vice-consul at Buenos Ayres, who will talk on "Life in South America." The committee in charge of the event consists of: W. M. Bunting, Jr., H. F. Clarke, W. T. Harrison, C. E. Mason, W. C. Richomnd. Members of the class who expect to be present should inform H. F. Clarke, P. O. Box 1, Boston, Mass.
1905 Smoker at University Club
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