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Professor R. B. Merriman '96 will introduce Congressman Frederick H. Gillett when he speaks in the Living Room of the Union next Monday night at the third of the Union's annual lecture series.
Arrangements have been made for a reception committee from the Union to meet Mr. Gillett in Boston, where he is now aiding in the work of the present campaign. This committee will conduct him to Cambridge where a small dinner will be given in his honor in the Trophy Room of the Union at 7 o'clock. Among the guests at this dinner, which will be given by the Governing Board of the Union, will be the chairmen of the various committees connected with the work of the Harding-Coolidge Club of Harvard.
Except for a certain number of tickets, which have been issued especially to the Harding-Coolidge Club of Harvard, admittance to this meeting will be granted to members of the Union only.
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