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PLEASANT EVENING ASSURED

Phillips Brooks House Arranges Thanksgiving Gathering for Those Remaining in Cambridge.

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Tomorrow, Thanksgiving evening, from 6 until 10 o'clock Phillips Brooks House will open its doors to all members of the University who are to be in Cambridge at that time. This "open house" is not intended to take the form of a reception in any sense of the word but is merely an informal gathering of men to pass a pleasant Thanksgiving evening together.

There will be various entertainments during the evening, after which appropriate refreshments will be served. Mr. F. W. C. Hersey will read; V. Shaw-Kennedy '16 play the piano and P. L. Rabenold '15 the violin; A. F. Pickernell '14 will sing; L. B. Sugarman '15 will give a sleight-of-hand act; and H. L. Sharmat '15 will give a monologue, accompanied by the piano.

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