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At the college conference this evening the members of the university will enjoy a distinct privilege in hearing Mr. Lodge speak on the subject of party allegiance. Mr. Lodge's peculiar qualifications for speaking on this subject have already been fully dwelt upon. The distinguishing feature which marks a college conference on this subject and makes it more valuable to Harvard men than a mere public lecture, is the chance offered for asking questions. The conferences have always possessed this distinctly informal character, and it is this that has added so much to their value. The conference this evening will doubtless afford subjects for many questions connected with loyalty in politics. It is a much debated point and many men will probably take the opportunity of having their ideas on the subject cleared up by Mr. Lodge. There will be a great temptation to ask questions on subjects of even a broader nature than that of party loyalty. It will be very easy to ramble off from the subject in hand to the general field of politics. This is a temptation which the men should guard against this evening. We must remember that Mr. Lodge comes to us to confer on the subject of party allegiance, and to the point the conference should stick closely.

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