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The regular annual meeting of the Harvard Club of Japan was held recently in Tokio. On the motion of Baron Kaneko L. '78, the following officers were re-elected: President, Baron Jutaro Komura L. '77; vice-presidents, J. McD. Gardiner '79, and Kwanrokuro Makayama; secretary and treasurer, Baron Chokichi Kikkawa '83; general committee, Baron Kentaro Kaneko L. '78, E. H. Vickers '93, and Shuji Isawa. His Excellency Mr. L. C. Griscom, the new minister from the United States to Japan, was the guest of the club on this occasion.
B. S. Litchfield '03 and A. H. Schefer '03, who are travelling in Japan, were present at the meeting and told about the Union and other recent improvements in Cambridge.
Although the club, which consists of about thirty members, has only one regular meeting each year four or more informal receptions are usually held.
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