President Eliot will speak on "What Good for Humanity May Come Out of the War," at the fortnightly meeting of the Cosmopolitan Club in the club rooms, 7 to 8 Holyoke House, tonight at 8 o'clock. Ever since the beginning of the present war President Eliot has been studying and writing about its different phases. He has spent an especially large amount of time studying the conditions existing after wars, and has drawn some conclusions as to the probable conditions after this conflict. The question will be thrown open to a general discussion after his address. Some important business of the club will be transacted, and then the two representatives who will attend the annual convention of Cosmopolitan Clubs at New Haven from December 27 to 29 will be elected.
PRESIDENT ELIOT TO SPEAK
Addresses Cosmopolitan Club on Benefit to Humanity from War.
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