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Says Harvard Stand May End Discrimination

June 1, 1923
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The defact of the attempt to discriminate against Jews at Harvard University would prevent further such disagreeable affairs against any race or group in American institutions of learning, B. Loring Young, speaker of the Masschusets House, and an overseer of Harvard, told members of the Maccabees and Young Men’s Hebrew Association at a banket here Wednesday.

Mr. Young was given a testimonial in recognition of his opposition to anti-Jewish propaganda.

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