The Free Wool Club has taken a place in college life as an institution formed for the purpose of discussing the political situation. It is an outgrowth of the tariff questions which are now agitating the country, and is of valuable aid in placing the great problems of the hour before students whose time for the thorough investigation of these subjects is, for the most part, limited. The club, as its name only indicates, furthers the cause of free trade; but it hopes to hear well-known men on both sides during the winter. The speaker this evening is a man whom Harvard has heard before and who has contributed more or less to the college papers.
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