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Frederick Eliot Will Make First Talk for Unity Club

Unitarians Schedule Meeting in P.B.H. Tomorrow


Reverend Frederick M. Eliot '11, of St. Paul, Minnesota, well-known here for his yearly appearances on the pulpit of the Memorial Church, will speak at the opening reception of the Harvard Unity Club in Phillips Brooks House at 7.30 o'clock tomorrow night.

In existence for four years, and holding monthly meetings, the Club is the campus organization for Unitarians, Univerealists, and liberals unaffliated with other groups. In addition to Dr. Eliot, speakers for this year will include Arthur N. Holcombe '08, professor of Government, and Julius S. Bixler, Bussey Professor of Theology.

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