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SENIORS ARE NOW ELIGIBLE FOR BOSTON HARVARD CLUB

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Seniors in Harvard College are now eligible to apply for membership in the Harvard Club of Boston according to an announcement made last night following a meeting of the club. This radical departure from the policy of a club is hailed as the probable precursor of movements of a similar nature in Harvard Clubs throughout the country.

Club dues will be practically nominal, the club having decided to make their fees correspond to those of the Union. The registration fee will be $10 to be paid annually.

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