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(We invite all men in the University to submit communications on subjects of timely interest, but assume no responsibility for sentiments expressed under this head.)

To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

The entire cabin accommodations on the S.S. "Finland" from New York, July 31 for San Diego and San Francisco via the Panama Canal are reserved by the Harvard Club for Harvard men and their friends. Two hundred and ninety passengers are already booked, including such names as Professor Moore, Professor Schofield, and the Hon. Robert Grant. An invitation to join the party is extended to all Harvard undergraduates.

For full information apply to James A. Wright '79, 281 Fifth avenue, New York, who has written me to try and stir up interest in this Harvard Club excursion. Ladies are allowed; sea breezes; Panama Canal, see America first, and all that.

The Harvard Club is endeavoring if possible to have no passengers other than Harvard men. Think of what that means! R. CUTLER '16.

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