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George Cabot Lodge '50, shook hands in Harvard Square yesterday afternoon, greeting students and passers-by on the sparcely populated sidewalk in front of the Coop.
Smiling broadly, Lodge strolled up and down, saying to everyone "My name is George Lodge." Several young ladies with him carried wicker baskets full of bottle tops, buttons, bumper stickers, and pamphlets.
Since many of the Coop patrons are too young to vote, Lodge styled his gambit accordingly. "My name is George Lodge," he said. "Say, how would you like to work with me in this election... Sure I can use your help. Several Harvard students are already on my staff." (And here he named three or four undergraduates.) "Come down to my headquarters at 100 Boylston St. and see what you can do."
Many students seemed to leave the candidate smiling.
Peabody Speaks Today
Endicott "Chub" Peabody '42, Democratic candidate for governor of Massachusetts, will speak on "Constitutional Revision and the 1962 Elections" today at 1:40 p.m. in the Harkness Commons Meeting Room.
He will be introduced by Paul A. Freund, Carl M. Loeb University professor. His address is being sponsored by the Law and GSAS Democrats, and the HRYDC.
Also at Harkness will be free information about absentee voting, summer and regular laws, available today and tomorrow between 9:30 and 2 p.m.
Postcards for requesting bailots will be provided at the Harvard Law and Graduate School Democratic Club information table.
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