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"Education and the Federal Government" will be the subject of a speech to be recorded by President Conant at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Crimson Network studios in Dudley Hall for a feature broadcast by WHCN at 9:30 o'clock tonight.
Ray Goldberg '48, Network official, said yesterday that the talk is expected to be about 20 minutes long and will attempt to rectify widelyaired, false impressions concerning President Conant's educational views, arising from poor reporting of his talk at Princeton in October.
Although not a part of WHCN's regular Wednesday evening airings on General Education, this broadcast will serve as a complementary highlight to a series of classroom lectures.
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