Tonight, in Upper Massachusetts, will be held a mass meeting of students to organize a Harvard sound money campaign club. Every student of the University, whether in the Academic or Graduate or Law Schools is urged to attend. It is strictly a non-partisan meeting, and all Democrats and Republicans favoring sound money should be present. A president and secretary will be elected; also two vice-presidents from each class, three from the Law School and two from the Graduate School. The national committees have pledged their support in sending the best speakers to address the club when it is well organized, and to cooperate with it in a torch light procession. This non-partisan club alone will receive the support and co-operation of the National Committees.
Since Harvard will be the first college to attempt a comprehensive movement of this kind, every student interested in sound money should be present tonight.