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Arthur Ashe, the top-ranked amateur tennis player in the U.S., will meet with students in Lowell House today.
Ashe will arrive at about noon for a small dinner and discussion with about 20 students in the Lowell Senior Common Room. At 2 p.m., Ashe will speak at an open meeting in the Junior Common Room.
The dinner is part of a series of small dinner-discussions sponsored by the Ford Foundation. Earlier in the year, TV newsman Mike Wallace and historian Robert Leckey met with students at Lowell House. Seamus P. Malin organized today's meeting.
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