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Brooks House Proves Attractive

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about 150 men took advantage of the pleasant Thanksgiving program prepared by Phillips Brooks House for the men who stayed in Cambridge during yesterday evening. The various songs and recitals of V. Shaw-Kennedy '16. P. L. Rabenold '15, A. F. Pickernell '14, L. U. Sugarman '15 and H. L. Sharmat '15 were all highly appreciated, while the reading of Mr. F. W. C. Hersey was particularly effective.

The House was attractively arranged for the occasion. A fire-lit room, fitted with jack-o-lanterns, served as a reciting room, while nearby was a large barrel of apples and other suitable refreshments.

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