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Harvard Wireless Club Formed.


[We invite all men in the University to submit communications on subjects of timely interest.]

To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

The Harvard Wireless Club has been formed for the purpose of bringing together all members of the University who are interested in the theory and practice of wireless telegraphy and telephony. The main idea of the club is to enable interested persons to meet socially and for informal discussion of wireless topics. It is planned to hold regular meetings at which papers of an elementary character will be read by the members. It is also hoped to secure at intervals men of experience in wireless operation who will speak to the club on various phases of their work. If desired, a class for those who are totally ignorant is to be formed, under the direction of the more advanced members, which will take up the study from its most elementary beginnings. Parties will later be arranged to visit the best stations in this vicinity. Membership is at present open to all members of the University. An open meeting will be held in Matthews 14 this evening at 7.45 o'clock to which all men interested in wireless telegraphy are invited. E. W. CHAPIN '13.

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