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At a meeting of the St. Paul's Society, held last evening, a plan for a federation of the religious societies of Harvard was proposed and adopted. The motion, which was accepted, was that three men, the president and two others from each society, should form a committee having in charge the affairs of the various societies under the federation. Mr. H. E. Addison and Mr. J. L. O'Brian were elected to represent, with the president, T. R. Kimball, the St. Paul's Society. No further action was taken in regard to the proposed plan, the rest of the meeting being occupied by business.
Several amendments to the constitution were proposed, the most important of which changed the election of officers from the beginning of the term to the end.
F. E. Hyde '97, H. Binney '97, and R. M. Barker, '98, were elected members.
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