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PRESIDENT ELIOT WILL TAKE PART IN M. I. T. INAUGURATION

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At the inauguration of Dr. S. W. Stratton as President of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Symphony Hall this morning, President Eliot is scheduled to make an address. Major-General G. O. Squier and Governor C. H. Cox, Law '04 will speak as representatives of the national government and the Commonwealth respectively.

The ceremonies will be attended by delegates from more than 150 colleges and societies throughout the country, including many members of the instructing staff of various schools and departments of the University.

After the inauguration a luncheon for those taking part will be held in Horticultural Hall. At a dinner for the guests this evening at the Algonquin Club President Lowell is to be one of the speakers.

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