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The subject of E. E. Whiting's talk at the meeting in the Union next Tuesday evening will be "Ladies in Politics", while F. P. Collier will speak on "Getting Out a Daily Cartoon", it was announced last night.
Mr. Whiting is the author of "Whiting's Column", which appears daily in the Boston Herald, and a close student of politics in all its phases. In addition he has written several books on President Coolidge which have attracted wide attention.
Mr. Collier, who is the author of "Otto Grow" will make, during his talk, about 20 sketches to illustrate how things look through a cartoonist's eyes. At the close of the address he will follow his usual custom of asking some of the audience to come upon the platform and offer themselves as subjects for his pen.
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