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Greater Boston Republicans will wind up their campaign with torchlight parades here and a mammoth rally at the Cambridge Rindge Technical High School tonight where bigwig Republicans will speak.
Campaigning for Wendell L. Willkie, U. S. Senator Warren R. Austin of Vermont will speak, along with Governor Leverett Saltonstall '14 and Henry Parkman, Jr. '14, the G.O.P. Senatorial candidate.
The three torch-light parades will start at 7 o'clock form Norris and Massachusetts Avenues in North Cambridge; from LaFayette Square, near Central Square, and from Concord Avenue and Alpine St. They will merge near Memorial Hall and march to the high school auditorium for the rally.
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