Three speakers at the meeting of the Democratic Club in Sanders this evening will be men who represent the sort of material that Harvard has been furnishing in the active politics of recent years. Mayor Matthews graduated in the class of '75 and afterwards studied in Germany. Dr. Everett, after leaving Harvard, spent three years at one of the English Universities and afterwards taught classics at Harvard. Mr. Quincy entered active politics at an earlier age than the other two, and has, like them, achieved remarkable success. Mr. Jas. B. Carroll, of Springfield, the Democratic candidate for Lieut. Governor, will make the fourth speaker. Graduating at the head of his class at Holy Cross in '77, he has since achieved much success as a lawyer and orator. He made the speech of the evening at the last Democratic convention in Boston. What such men have to say concerning the attitude of college men on the pending national contest should be well worth hearing.
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