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Four hundred or more people have accepted invitations to attend the sessions to be held at Harvard Tuesday, November 12 and Wednesday, November 13 under the direction of the Calvert Round Table of Boston. This organization will hold a seminar in the Fogg Museum on those days to discuss various aspects of problems arising from the relations of Catholics, Jews and Protestants.
Of the 400 visitors expected, 100 are members of the Boston association, while college facility members, clergymen, and laymen compose the remaining 300. They will attend any one of the three round tables which will begin Tuesday afternoon.
The chairman of Table One, which will discuss "Vocational Adjustment", is G. W. Coleman, President of the Babson Institute, Wellesley. Professor H. S. Elliott of Union Theological Seminary, New York City, will be chairman of Table Two, which is to discuss "Misrepresentation of Religious Beliefs and Practices." Professor J. J. Mahoney of the Department of Education, Boston University, is to be chairman of Table Three, which will discuss "Community Conflict and Cooperation."
President Lowell will great the members and their guests at the opening session on behalf of Harvard University.
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