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Next Sunday, October 25, Harvard students will have an opportunity to hear Norman Thomas, socialist candidate for President and perhaps America's most outstanding radical leader, when he speaks in Ford Hall in Boston at 3 o'clock.
Graduated from Princeton in 1905. Thomas has at various times in his career been an associate editor of "The Nation" and a director of the League for Industrial Democracy, besides running for President in 1928 and 1932. He has persistently championed the cause of the Southern sharecroppers all over the country.
Unreserved seats to the lecture will be 25 cents. Reserved seats will be 25 cents plus an equal amount for a trial subscription to the newspaper "Socialist Call." Both kinds are now on sale at the Holyoke Bookshop, 6 1/2 Holyoke Street.
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