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John G. Winant, former Chariman of the Social Security Board and ex-Governor of New Hampshire, will speak at the annual Commencement week exercises of the Harvard Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.
A poem will be read by Daniel Sargeant '13. Instructor in History and Literature, at the meeting over which Samuel Williston, Dane Professor of Law, and President of Phi Beta Kappa, will preside.
The exercises, which will be open to the public, will be held in Sanders Theatre, Friday, June 25, the day following Commencement.
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