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PROFESSOR LYON, SEMITIC MUSEUM CURATOR SPEAKS

Is Part of New Policy To Make Museum of Greater Use to Students

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Professor David Gordon Lyon, S. T. O. '01, Curator of the Semitic Museum of the University, will give a brief address tomorrow afternoon in Room 1 of the Semitic Museum at 3 o'clock.

The address comes as a continuation of the policy recently embarked upon in making the Semitic Museum of greater use both to the student body of the University and to the general public of Boston and Cambridge. The address tomorrow afternoon will be open to the public.

Beginning tomorrow the Semitic Museum will be open every Sunday afternoon to all who care to come.

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