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Massachusetts politics will invade the Yard tonight when the Harvard Eliot-for-Congress Committee holds its organization meeting in Phillips Brooks House at 8 o'clock. Thomas H. Eliot '28, son of the late President Eliot and Democratic nominee in the Ninth Congressional District will outline his platform and describe the work that students can do.

James Lanigan '39, organizer of the Committee, emphasized its aim as arousing student interest to work for "an intelligent, progressive" Congressman. Eliot is up against the incumbent Congressman, 77-year-old, anti-New Deal Robert Luce.

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