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Mr. B. Loring Young within the twelve years that he has been out of the Law School and in the world has achieved a proniinence which speaks well not only for himself but for the training of the University. Already Speaker of the Massachusetts House, of Representatives and therewith a person of great authority at the State House, he is regarded as a man with an even greater future. The eminence which he has attained is due to a combination of intellectual vigor, personal charm and courageous integrity. The University may well take pride in the fact that he is a Harvard man; and the Class of 1923, which alone will have the privilege of hearing his address at the Senior Class Chapel Service, may consider itself fortunate in having as a speaker a man whose record will lend his words so great weight.

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