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EIGHT SIMULTANEOUS LECTURES TONIGHT TO SET NEW RECORD

The lecture-going portion of the undergraduate body will have an unprecedented number of programs to chose from tonight, with eight different meetings planned in all parts of the college.

Andre Maurois will discuss the fall of France at the Lowell House Common Room; "Industrialization of Latin America" will be the subject of a talk by Professor C. H. Haring at the Pan-American Club; Professor Charles E. Merriam of the University of Chicago will give the first Godkin Lecture on "What is Democracy" at the Littaner Center; Granville Hicks will speak on "The American Literary Mind and the Present Crisis" in the Union; and Professor K. S. Latourette will discuss Christianity at Appleton Chapel.

Furthermore, the Lowell House Symposium, the Stamp Club, and the Modern Language Conference are holding meetings, thus rounding out an extra-extra-curricular evening.

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