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George Santayana, '86, one time professor of Philosophy at Harvard, was yesterday named candidate for King of the United States by the Monarchists party of Boston.
David Page, self-styled secretary of the Monarchists, held a meeting for sympathizers at his lodgings, 15 Lindall Place, which 25 members and interested persons attended.
Regrettably enough, Professor Santayana, sojourning in Italy, doesn't know anything about it yet. He will be notified by mail at once. Page doesn't think America will turn to a king this year, but "by 2036 it might".
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