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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
The Republican campaign has been brought to a victorious close, and in ending its activities coincident with this election the Executive Committee of the Harding and Coolidge Club of Harvard wishes to extend to the students of the University and to the CRIMSON its sincerest thanks and appreciation for their willing cooperation and assistance, which made possible the achievement of the end for which the club was formed. Under the Division of College Clubs the present organization will be permanent in the University. JOHN N. HAMLIN '22, Chairman.
November 3, 1920.
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