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On Friday evening at 8 o'clock in Emerson, D. M. Edonard Champion, widely-known French publisher and patron of men of letters, will lecture on Proudest. This lecture, which will be in French, is open to the general public.
On Monday, December 13 at 4 o'clock, M. Champion will speak of Anatole France. This lecture, also in French, will give an intimate personal portrait a the writer who is perhaps the best known literary series of his ration today. He was an intimate friend of M. Champion.
M. Champion has been lecturing in this country since the beginning of October throughout universities and colleges of the middle west the south, and the far west of the country be has been greed with great enthusiasm. During his coming sojourn in this vicinity, M. Champion will also give addresses before the Solon Francaise, the Alliance Francaise, and the Wellesley College Student body.
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