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A Yale graduate will be the principle speaker at the Freshman Mass Meeting and Smoker in the Living Room of the Union at 6.30 o'clock tomorrow evening before the Harvard-Yale Freshman hockey game, it was announced last night by the Student Council Committee on Freshman Affairs, which is in charge of arrangements for the meeting.
The speaker will be Richard K. Hawes, a graduate of Yale College in 1910, and of the Harvard Law School in 1913. Since his graduation Mr. Hawes has been practicing law in Fall River, where be boasts the title of "the oldest living Yale graduate," although he is still in his thirties.
He Went to Yale
In response to a request for information as to his activities at college, Mr. Hawes writes:
"I was born and have always lived in Fall River; attended Westminister School for three years: went to Yale for fours years; rowed throughout my college career without the slightest distinction; in my Senior year coached the 1913 Freshman crew to a glorious defeat at the hands of the corresponding Harvard Freshmen; for two years was secretary of my class at Yale, but resigned, possibly to prevent being fired.
State of the Union
"I have no definite subject for my talk on Friday night, but it might be summed up as something in the nature of an Eli's views of the relationship between Harvard and Yale, with a general survey of the state of the Union (not the Harvard Union)."
Other speakers at the meeting will be Assistant Dean Elliott Perkins '23, Coach Dempsey, and Captain Tudor of the Freshman hockey team: J. L. Pool '28, chairman of the Freshman Election Committee, who will read the results of yesterday's elections of class officers; and the newly elected president of the class. W. I. Nichols '26, chairman of the Committee on Freshman Affairs, will introduce the speakers. Music will be furnished by the Gold Coast Orchestra, refreshments will be served, and special "1929" cigarette trays furnished through the cooperation of Arthur's, Inc. The meeting will end promptly at 7.30 o'clock to permit Freshmen to reach the Arena by 8.15 o'clock in time for the Freshman Hockey game with Yale, tickets for which are now on sale at the H. A. A.
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