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DR. FITCH AT 1914 SMOKER

Discussion of Senior Dormitory Plan in Relation to Democracy.--Well Attended Meeting.

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Dr. A. P. Fitch '00 gave a talk before a large meeting of Juniors in the Union last night. He expressed his absolute conviction that the Senior dormitories present the most obvious means for the democratization of Harvard; and democracy, he declared, is a primer requisite if Harvard is to be known from coast to coast as the great national university of the country. The great problem that the dormitories have solved is how to bring together the three types of men in the University, the complacent, provincial, and conscious, private school man, the reticent middle-class man, and the struggling, and sometimes bitter man, who works his way through college. The dormitory plan offers that opportunity. Let all Juniors take advantage of it.

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