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SPEECH BY DREYFUS LAWYER

Maitre Labori, Famous French Judicial Figure, Will Talk in Union Tomorrow Evening at 8.

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Maitre Fernand Labori, the most distinguished French lawyer of today, has kindly accepted President Lowell's invitation to give a short address in the Union tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. The speech will be in English, and in order that all members of the University may take advantage of the extraordinary opportunity to hear Maitre Labori, non-members of the Union may obtain tickets at Langdell Hall of the Law School.

Maitre Labori will be remembered from his connection with the famous Dreyfus appeal, and has figured also in the almost equally well-known Zola and Humbert cases. He is furthermore the holder of numerous important public offices, and the author of a masterful work on French law in 12 volumes, entitled "Repertoire Encyclopedique du Droit Francais."

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