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Eliot House Symposium

Philipp G. Frank, lecturer on Physics and Mathematics; Michael Karpovich, professor of History; and Jean-Joseph Seznec, Smith Professor of French and Spanish, will discuss "The Scholar and Society" in the third Eliot House Symposium in the Eliot Dining Hall at 8 p.m. tonight. The three faculty members will examine the scholar's social obligations to society.

Debaters Meet Wellesley

A. Werner Pleus '51 and William S. Tyson '49 will represent the Debate Council against a team from Wellesley in the Winthrop House Junior Common Room at 8:15 p.m. tonight. The topic is: "Resolved, That Western Civilization is slipping." Pleus and Tyson will take the negative side.

'Cliffe Charters New Club

Annex Student Council yesterday chartered a new club, the Radcliffe Association for the Advancement of Colored People, an autonomous group which has the required minimum membership of 20 girls.

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