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Sponsors of last night's preview of the History Department, the Student Union tonight presents to Freshmen one of Harvard's great historians and one of Harvard's great authorities on government in a review of current world events.

Arthur N. Holcombe '06, professor of Government, and William L. Langer, '15, Coolidge Professor of History, will speak in the Lower Common Room of the Union at 8 o'clock. Though a Freshman Meeting, the affair will be open to upperclassmen.

Professor Holcombe will become best known to 1941 through his Government 1, a rival of History 1. Professor Langer's History 32, Europe in the Nineteenth Century, is not regularly open to Freshmen.

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