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CONANT, "DOING NICELY," MAY BROADCAST SPEECH TONIGHT

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President Conant recovering from injuries received by skiing, was reported as "Getting along nicely" by a member of his official staff.

This morning his doctors will decide whether he can leave for New York to deliver his scheduled speech there tonight before the Jewish Theological Seminary. If they decide he can not leave, officials of the National Broadcasting Company said they would install necessary equipment in the President's house so that the address, "Learning's Necessity for Religion", could be broadcast tonight at 9:30 o'clock over the nationwide Red Network.

In the event that doctors do decide that it would be better if the President did not leave Cambridge, and the microphone is installed in his residence, it will be the first time that such an installation has taken place. President Conant has spoken over a national hook-up many times, but never before directly from his house.

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