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UNIVERSITY SOCIALISTS TO ASSIST IN PUBLIC MEETING

Three Speakers Will be Heard Tuesday Evening

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The Harvard Socialist Club, which began its year's work last Tuesday, is planning to cooperate in a public meeting being held by the Conference for Progressive Labor Action, a progressive group of trade unionists and liberals. The meeting will be held on Tuesday evening, October 7, at 8 o'clock at Franklin Union Hall, Berkeley and Appleton Streets, Boston.

The speakers will include A. J. Muste, Dean of Brookwood Labor College; Elmer A. Carter, Editor of Opportunity, official organ of the National Urban League, a Negro organization devoted to the advancement of the colored race: and Louis F. Budenz, Leader of the Kenosha and Nazareth Strikes and Executive, Secretary of the Conference for Progressive Labor Action.

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