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HARVARD SENDS 20 MEN TO UNION CONFERENCE

LANE, STILLMAN ANNOUNCE ALL OBSERVERS WELCOME

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Sending an official delegation of 20 members, the local chapter of the American Student Union will take an active part in the Fourth National Convention next week in New York City.

The delegation will include Robert E. Lane '39, president of the American Student Union as well as the local branch, and John S. Stillman '40, president-elect of the Harvard Student Union. All men who wish to go along as observers are welcome, stillman, announced last night, and should get in touch with Paul Olum '40, treasurer and vice-president-elect, who is in charge of the University delegation.

Lane is planning to take a football onto the stage of the Hippodrome Theatre at the Student Jamboree on Tuesday evening, December 27, and to kick it out into the audience with a streamer attached bearing some legend having to do with the key-note of the convention, which is "Keep Democracy Working by Keeping It Moving Forward."

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