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LOWELL HOUSE TOWER ROOM TO BE USED FOR FIRST TIME

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The Lowell House tower room is to have its first use in its capacity as an informal meeting place for groups of Lowell House men and their friends tonight by the Seven Soas Club.

The room, located directly below where the bells are to be hung, has been furnished with sofas and a piano to encourage house activities that could not otherwise be conveniently carried out without such facilities. It is probable that in the future a house instrumental club will be founded with the tower room as its meeting place.

Lowell House men upon application to Mr. Hammond may obtain permission for the use of the room for small group functions.

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