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"Drinkers Unite" is the motto of Harvard's latest organisation which will hold its first and last meeting on the night of Tuesday, November 3, and which is designed both to celebrate and sorrow at the results of the election.
The club is restricted to a few charter members, while the dues are $.25 a week. They will be collected up to the night of the third, when they will be spent on liquor to cheer up the Democrats in the club and further arouse the Republicans.
A member of the faculty is being sought to sponsor the club. Third party members are prohibited from joining the club because they always have to drown their sorrow.
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