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In accordance with an annual custom, the Harvard Menorah Society will give a banquet this evening at 7 o'clock in the Hotel Lenox, at which several prominent speakers will address the society. Among the speakers will be Ludwig Lewisohn, Oswald Garrison Villard '93, Henry Hurwitz '08, and Professor D. G. Lyon, Hon. '01.
Mr. Lewisohn is widely known as the author of "Upstream". He is an exponent of the theory of infusion of Jewish culture into America, and is one of the foremost dramatic critics of the country. After a few years as professor at mid-western universities, he became an associate editor of "The Nation", a position which he holds at the present time.
Mr. Villard, who is owner and editor of several periodicals, including "The Nation", was an assistant in the Department of History in the University, from 1894 to 1896.
Mr. Henry Hurwitz of New York is one of the founders of the Harvard Menorah Society, and the Chancellor of the Intercollegiate Menorah Association.
Tickets to the banquet, which is open to members of the University, may be obtained at Kent's University Book Store, or from R. C. Rothenberg '24, at 36 Dunster Hall.
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