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PROFESSOR PALMER TO TALK TO GRADUATES ON "LIBERALISM"

Lecture Will be Under the Auspices of the Graduate Schools Society

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All graduate students and their friends will have the opportunity of hearing Professor-emeritus George Herbert Palmer speak tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Parlor of Phillips Brooks House on the subject of "Liberalism".

Professor Palmer is Alford Professor of Natural Religion, Moral Philosophy, and Civil Polity, emeritus. He is a noted author, and has written "Self-Cultivation in English", "The Problem of Freedom", and other books.

In addition to Professor Palmer's address, will be several piano solos by G. W. Woodward '24, accompanist of the University Glee Club. B. K. Little 1G., a member of the executive committee of the Graduate Schools Society, will preside.

This is the third of a series of four Sunday meetings, which the Graduate Schools Society is conducting. Professor-emeritus Francis Greenwood Peabody will speak next Sunday.

The Liberal Club has received permission of the Society to attend the meeting tomorrow afternoon.

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