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Conant, Frankfurter, Langer Speak at Guardian Banquet

Details of History Plan President's Subject Tonight


President Conant, Fells Frankfurter, Byrne Professor of Administrative Law, and William L. Langer '15, Coolidge Professor of History, will be the principal speakers at the first annual banquet of the Guardian this evening.

Additional details of his plan for the informal study of American history by Harvard students and outsiders are expected to form the subject of the President's address. Frankfurter has not announced a title. Langer will expand some of the philosophical implications of his final lecture in History 32b.

Among the guests whom the social science magazine has invited to the Harvard Club at 7 o'clock are 29 members of the Faculty of the History, Government, and Economics Departments.

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