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Duplicate Speeches Required For Activity-Hungry Yardlings

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Overflow crowds at the Activities meeting aat Phillips Brooks House last night required two consecutive talks by each of the speakers representing various extra-curricular activities.

After advertising their respective orhonored tales to a packed auditorium ganizations and plying the round of time-on the third floor of PBH, the orators had to descend to the first-floor parlor to address another group equally crowded.

Still others of the record entering class expressed disappointment in not being able to squeeze inside any door. Most of the activities from the Student Council to the Conservative League extended a welcome and offered the fullest use of their opportunities.

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