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Formation of a political club for graduate students in Government was announced by Robert H. Rawson '36, who has been chosen President. The club, which is non-partisan, is composed of graduate students of Harvard and Radcliffe and will meet bi-weekly.
"The purpose," Rawson said, "is to provide a social and intellectual meeting of government students." Speakers will be heard at the meetings and a discussion of governmental problems will be conducted by the members.
Meetings are open only to members and invited guests. Membership is limited to graduate students.
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