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Harvard Free Wool Club.

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The executive committee of the Free Wool Club met last evening and laid plans for the coming winter. It was decided to hold regular meetings once a month, the first to come the second week in November. Efforts will be made to secure ex-President Cleveland and other prominent men to address the club on the reform of the tariff and kindred subjects. The club begins the year in a flourishing condition with about seventy-five members and promises to take a prominent place among the numerous similar societies in college.

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