There will be a meeting in the Trophy Room of the Union this evening at 8 o'clock, at which the desirability of University participation and interest in political affairs will be advocated. The particular occasion for the meeting is the fact that registry for voting closes next Tuesday and it is felt that no Harvard man eligible to vote should be absent from the polls. Both as an educational factor, and in order to make their influence felt in local politics, it is considered necessary to do this. Professor Beale will preside at the meeting and Professor Holcombe and Professor Lewis J. Johnson will also speak. Men will be instructed with regard to voting and the machinery of registering. The speakers will emphasize the responsibility and need of a strong interest in public affairs among college men.
POLITICS TO BE DISCUSSED
SPEAKERS IN UNION TO CONSIDER OUR INTEREST IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS.
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