Former Clergyman to Speak on "Aims and Methods of Labor Movement"

The Student Liberal Club will hold a dinner and meeting at the Cranford Club this evening at six o'clock. The meeting is open to members of the club, and the charge will be eighty-five cents a plate.

Mr. A. J. Muste, Secretary of the Amalgamated Textile Workers of America, and formerly a clergyman, will be the speaker of the evening. Mr. Muste ran the 1919 strike at Lawrence, and he has an original view based on first-hand experience of "The Aims and Methods of the Labor Movement", and this will be the subject of his talk. After his speech there will be an informal discussion open to all members.