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University Teas Begin December 1

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The annual series of University teas will begin on Friday, December 1, the day after Thanksgiving, and will be held every Friday thereafter during December, January, and February in the parlor of Phillips Brooks House from 4 until 6 o'clock. A committee made up of the wives of several members of the Faculty is in charge of the teas, and a few members of this committee, together with some of the officers of the University, will be present at each tea. The teas are quite informal, and their object is to bring the students in touch with each other and with officers of the University and their families.

All members of the University are invited to attend.

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