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Highlight of Saturday's meeting of the Associated Harvard Clubs at In dianapolis was a speech made by Walter Lippmann '10, Overseer and noted columnist, in which he criticized the present administration for encouraging the spirit of class warfare.
Lippmann, speaking before 300 alumni representing all parts of the country, wished that President Roosevelt could treat his enemies with more cordiality. James M. Landis, Dean-Elect of the Law School, said that training for an attorney will be emphasized in a curriculum revision soon.
President Conant told the gathering that his American history extra-curricular plan will help meet the criticism that college men have no capacity for intellectual expansion after graduation. He indicated that the reading list for the history course will be published soon.
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