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It was learned yesterday that the Freshman Smoker, originally scheduled for next Wednesday will be held instead on Tuesday. The announcement was made by J. R. Collins '32, chairman of the Smoker Committee after a meeting of the committee in Standish Hall.
President Lowell is to be the chief speaker of the evening. Previous to his address. W. B. Wood '32, president of the class, will give a brief talk; while the third speaker will be Professor C. N. Greenough '98, who will take "The House Plan" as his subject.
The affair will open at 7.30 o'clock in the Living Room of the Union with refreshments. The vocal and banjo divisions of the 1932 Instrumental Clubs will render a program, and there will be specialty numbers by two Freshmen. In the intermissions between the speeches and other scheduled events, Roy Lamson's orchestra will play; and, after a distribution of souvenirs to all the Freshmen, the evening will close with several reels of moving pictures.
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