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Harvard Men in Politics.


The editors of the Harvard Bulletin request the assistance of undergraduates in compiling a record of the participation of Harvard men, both graduates and undergraduates, in the pending political campaign. Undergraduates are requested to send any names, coming within their knowledge, of Harvard men who are candidates for office, or who are actively engaged in the campaign as party managers, political speakers, or otherwise.

Every contribution to this record should state as accurately as possible the man's name, class and residence, and the name of the office for which he is running or the nature of his political activity.

The record will be published as soon as possible after the election. Address all communications,   Editor of the Harvard Bulletin,   Cambridge, Mass.

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