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Lecture by Judge Jerome.

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William Travers Jerome, District Attorney of New York, will speak on "The College Man in Municipal Politics"--with special reference to the politics of New York City--in the Living Room of the Union on Thursday evening, March 26. The lecture, which will be open to the University, is to be held under the auspices of the Law School Political Club. This club membership in which is restricted to second and third year law men, has as its aim the encouragement of the interest of college men in municipal politics. The club was organized last February, and, besides holding meetings for its own members, plans to arrange general addresses, open to the University, by men prominent in political life. Some time in April Hon. W. H. Moody '76, Secretary of the Navy, will speak in the Union as the representative of President Roosevelt, who was invited to make an address this spring.

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