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When the Law School reopens next fall, both of the Law School eating clubs, the Lincolns Inn and the Chancery, will occupy new locations.
Although the Lincoln's Inn Club, the oldest in the Law School, has not definitely decided upon its new site, the Chancery Club, meeting heretofore in the Union, has already leased a house at 44 Follen Street. The building will have ample space for about 60 men at meal time, and there will be living quarters for 16 members.
The location on Follen Street is very convenient for the students at the Law School, and accomodations there are practically all taken.
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