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A series of talks by members of the Harvard Mountaineering Club, illustrated by slides which the members themselves have taken, will be given at 8 o'clock tonight in the Faculty Room of the Union, to all students in the University interested in mountain climbing who wish to attend.
The Club, which is holding a dinner for members tonight, has invited all those who wish to do climbing this summer, and who contemplate going to regions where mountain climbing is possible, to join it in the Faculty Room to listen to talks by various members on the climbing centers of the Alps and the Canadian and American Rockies.
Information on how to get to the most advantageous places for climbing, on equipment and other details, will also be dealt with at the meeting.
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