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GIVES INGERSOLL LECTURE TODAY

Cabot to Talk on "Immortality of Man" in New Lecture Hall at 8

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Mr. Philip Cabot '91 will deliver the Ingersoll lecture tonight at 8 o'clock in Sanders Theatre. The Ingersoll lecture is an annual institution, the general subject this year being the "Immortality of Man". Among the well known men who have given the lecture in former years were William James, and Professor Kirsopp Lake.

Mr. Cabot has announced that the Ingersoll lecture this year will differ greatly from its predecessors, in that the attempt will be made by Mr. Cabot to approach the question from the standpoint of interest to young men.

Tickets, which are free to members of the University, may be secured at the Theological School, Harvard Union, Phillips Brooks House, and the Cooperative Store. The public will be admitted, at 7.55, to any seats which remain vacant:

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