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Fifteen students from below the border met last night and so many mere have already pledged support to a Pan-American Society, whose intention is to make Latin Americans feel at home in Harvard and to premiere meetings with leading members of the University.

Started by E. Bernard Fieshhalsed '42, the society will held informal dinners with prominent faculty men at range a series of broadcasts over the Crimson Network and held meetings with various organizations such of the Nieman Fellows the Guardians and the Radcliffe Club.

The Society will fill the void left when last year's Pan American Club collapsed from financial difficulties.

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