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Episcopal Conference Begins Today

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The Eleventh Annual Conference of New England Student Churchmen will begin today at Brown University, Providence, R. L., and will continue through tomorrow and Sunday. The purpose of the conference is to bring together the men of the Episcopal church societies in New England colleges for practical conference on the work and method of those societies and for mutual aid by exchange of suggestions and ideas. The program will consist of church services, smokers and addresses. Among the speakers will be: Professor Everett, acting President of Brown University; Rt. Rev. J. D. W. Perry, D.D., Bishop of Rhode Island; R. H. Gardener '76, E. D. Bandage '81, and an undergraduate delegate from each of the colleges represented. T. O. Freeman '14, vice-president of the St. Paul's Society, will give a short address on "The Activities and Interests of the St. Paul's Society at Harvard." C. B. Harris '13 will also speak.

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