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An informal organization meeting of those men in the University interested in the Progressive movement was held in the Assembly Room of the Union last evening. Plans were made for a formal meeting early next week, when a club will be permanently formed, officers elected, and an active part begun in the presidential campaign.
Suggestions were made for having prominent men in the Progressive party address the club at various times and of having the members of the club assist at the headquarters of the party in Boston by making speeches in various parts of the city to arouse interest in the cause.
P. J. Roosevelt '13 presided, and appointed the following committee of four to take charge of the formal organization next week: E. Bacon 1L., of New York, N. Y.; R. S. Richardson '15, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; N. Roosevelt '14, of Oyster Bay, N. Y.; J. S. Snoddy, Sp.Gr., of Missoula, Montana.
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