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SCIENTISTS TO SPEAK AT CLIMATE SYMPOSIUM

Darrah, Mather, and Whittlesey Will Address Scientific Club on Climate and Life Tomorrow Night

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Three Harvard scientists, William C. Darrah, Research Curator of the Botanical Museum, Kirtley F. Mather, Professor of Geology, and Derwent S. Whittlesey, Associate Professor of Geography, will combine their talents in addressing a symposium on "Climate and the Living World," scheduled for tomorrow night at New Lecture Hall. The meeting is being sponsored by the Harvard Chapter of Gamma Alpha Scientific Fraternity and will convene at 8 o'clock.

The speakers will talk on climate as it pertains to their particular field. Dr. Darrah's subject will be "Climate as Interpreted by a Paleobotanist"; Professor Mather will deal with "Climate and Animal Evolution"; while Associate Professor Whittlesey will discuss "Climate as an Element in the Landscape."

The meeting will be open to the public.

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