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Rev. Henry Coffin of New York City Conducts Sunday Devotions


Concluding the first month of transmitting regular classroom lectures and other University activities over station WIXAL, Memorial Church service was broadcast for the first time yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. The Rev. Henry S. Coffin, president of Union Theological Seminary, of New York City, conducted the service, which was broadcast on a wave-length of 15.35 megacycles.

Next month some of Harvard's noted scholars in music, history, literature and government will take part in a radio lecture schedule jointly arranged by the University and station WIXAL.

The next church service will be broadcast Sunday, March 28, at the same hour and on the same wave length.

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