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Lenten Services.

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The St. Paul's Society is holding daily services in its room, Grays 17, throughout Lent. The services, except on Wednesdays, are conducted by members of the society and consist only of the reading of a shortened form of evening prayer. They begin promptly at 6.45 p. m., and last about fifteen minutes. They thus afford the Episcopalians here a convenient and simple means of observing the Lenten season. All members of the University are cordially invited to attend these services.

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