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Destination, Indianapolis this weekend. Purpose, Associated Harvard Clubs fortieth annual meeting. Persons Involved, 18 University officials ranging down from President Canant.
Not since the spectacular migrations on May 20, 1935 has there been such an exodus of high personages during term time. But unlike the situation two years ago, University Hall is not currently unofficered.
Nobody outranking President Conant's personal secretary was left on the previous occasion. Some were fishing: most were at Pittsburg. Today been Dean Birkhoff. Dean Lewis, the financial vice-president and the secretary of the Corporation are all present.
What the current delegation lacks in absolute face cards, as compared to that of 1935, is compensated by weight other of numbers. Besides President Conant other officers now in Indiana Include Deans Hanford, Chase, Plimpton, Deans-elect Landis and Williams, Professors Henderson, Mayo, Dill, T. N. Whitehead, Doctor Bock. Professor-emeritus Taussig and Secretary to the University Little.
The Harvard Clubs meeting which they are attending opened at an informal party yesterday evening. Today a Luncheon, symposium, and banquet are scheduled, while tomorrow, the third and final Day, will be spent at the Indianapolis Country Club.
President Conant will reutrn Tuesday, Dean Hanford the following day, others at other times.
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