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P.B.H. Series of Lectures On Christianity Opens Tonight

Professor James B. Munn to Make First Speech in New Course

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The first of a series of lectures entitled "Outlines of Christianity" sponsored by the Phillips Brooks House James B. Munn '12, professor of English, will give an introhuctory speech in Harvard 3 this evening at 7:30 o'clock.

Designed as an elementary non-technical course presenting objectively the importance of the "Christian World View in our civilization," the series will continue on Thursday evenings throughout the first half year.

Other sponsors of this extra-curricular course are undergraduates, members of the Faculty, and the churches of Harvard Square, with the cooperation of the college authorities. Dean Hanford will preside at the first meeting tonight.

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