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HARVARD LIBERTY LEAGUERS, 350 STRONG, NEED LEADERS

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Over 350 undergraduates have enlisted as members of the American Liberty League, according to a dispatch received last night from A. P. Henderson, Chief of the College Division of the League in Washington. These men make up a small part of the 10,000 registered from 301 colleges in the United States.

No definite organization has yet been formed at Harvard, but it is understood that many students have written to Washington suggesting the setting up of a local body here with regular officers.

Mr. Henderson writes, "several among the Harvard group have written to this office with regard to the organization of a Harvard Chapter of the League, but, thus far, we have not been advised that leaders for such a project have been selected, a move which would be necessary before the orderly establishment of a Harvard chapter could take place."

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