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Union to Have Guest Privileges

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As the first step in a general reorganization of the Union, with the purpose of making it more truly an undergraduate Harvard Club, a new system for the invitation of guests to share its privileges has been put in effect. Under the new arrangement, a member of the Union may put up for consideration any friend who is not eligible for membership. Application cards may be obtained at the door, and when filled out should be sent to the Undergraduate Union Committee at the Graduate Manager's office. The period for which the guest is invited is two weeks at a time. A member may not invite the same guest oftener than once in three months, and may not have more than two guests at the same time. The committee reserves the right to reject any member's application.

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