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"The College Man in Public Life"

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David I. Walsh, Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts, and Democratic nominee for Governor, had some interesting remarks to make at a dinner given by the Speakers' Club last night. "The College Man in Public Life" was his topic.

"The college man must show that he is in sympathy with masses and understands their problems in order to give back to the state what it gives him of higher education." That is the educated man in politics must not consider whether a law will help his friends and his class in life, but whether it will be beneficial to every class--to the farmer as well as the banker, and the mechanic as well as the manufacturer.

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