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Closer co-ordination between the Harvard Alumni Association and the Associated Harvard Clubs will be the probable result of the twenty-first annual meeting of the Associated Clubs at Buffalo, N. Y. on June 6 and 7. The date for this meeting was announced yesterday by Frederick W. Burlingham '91, president of the clubs.
The question of closer co-operation between the two associations of alumni has been studied by a committee of men representing each group, and the findings of the committee will be presented at the meeting.
"Since the last meeting of the Associated Clubs in Pittsburg, the question of the Harvard Endowment Fund has been crystallizing," stated Mr. Burlingham, "and the share of the clubs in this movement is so vital that the matter will receive our very earnest consideration and our heartiest support."
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