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Already nearly two hundred men have enrolled themselves as members of the Harvard Sound Money Campaign Club. Everyone who is connected with any department of the University and favors sound money is eligible to membership.
It is a strictly non-partisan organization, its administration being equally divided between Republicans and Sound Money Democrats. In the present campaign it is especially desirable to have Harvard appear as a unit. The best way to accomplish such an end is to unite under a sound money flag which will bring all classes of men together irrespective of party.
Any member of the University may enroll at Leavitt and Peirce's by paying an initiation fee of twenty-five cents. Shingles may also be had by paying an additional quarter of a dollar. The receipts will go to defray campaign expenses.
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