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Address by Theodore Roosevelt.

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Hon. Theodore Roosevelt has accepted an invitation from the Harvard Republican Club to deliver an address this fall in Cambridge. The exact date has not yet been fixed but will be, in all probability, sometime in November. Mr. Roosevelt will speak upon some subject connected with Municipal Government.

Mr. Roosevelt's present position as head of the New York Police Department, and his previous well-known work in Civil Service Reform make him an unquestioned authority upon city government. The address should also be of special interest to the University, as coming from one of the most prominent of its younger graduates.

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