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In the Living Room of the Harvard Union will be held the fourth University Tea at 4 o'clock this afternoon. The Officers of Administration, the Faculties of the Engineering School, of the Division of Mathematics, Music, Social Ethics, Semitic Languages, Phlosophy, and of the Theological School will receive students from the University. The Division of Philosophy, although not originally scheduled for today is included among the hosts.
All students in the University are invited and particularly those concentrating in the Departments specifically represented. The purpose of these Teas is to enable the men of the University to meet members of the Faculty and their families.
President Lowell with Mrs. Lowell will attend one of these teas for the first time this year this afternoon.
Among the others who have signified their intention of attending are: Dean and Mrs. C. H. Moore, Dean and Mrs. H. J. Hughes, Professor and Mrs. Richard C. Cabot, Professor and Mrs. J. R. Jewett, Professor and Mrs. G. D. Birkhoff, Professor and Mrs. E. C. Moore, Professor and Mrs. R. B. Perry.
The ushers will be: W. E. Soule '27 head usher, E. B. Jackson '28 assistant, W. M. Bump '28, E. O'Gale '27, C. S. M. Grayson '27, J. D. Howe '28, R. B. Hocking '28, J. H. Harwood Jr., '27, Sargent Kennedy '28, J. C. Rueter '28, R. A. Magowan '27, E. D. Pratt '27, C. G. Raymond '27, H. Hare Jr., '27, O. E. Shattuck '27, Alexander Doneld '27, O. R. Rice E.T.S.
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