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At a meeting of the governing board of the Catholic Club, held yesterday afternoon, it was decided to postpone until next year the proposed lecture by Cardinal Gibbons. Dr. Brann of New York will lecture on an historical subject under the auspices of the club, on the evening of May 11 or 12, in the Fogg Art Museum. Dr. Brann is rector of St. Agnes Church of New York, and was for several years an editor of the Catholic World. The lecture will be open to the public.

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