In Mr. Sherwood Eddy the University has an opportunity to hear a man who has devoted his life practically to serving the world. Most leaders have their own department, their own field in which they are deeply interested; but to judge from Mr. Eddy's experience he has been interested in everyone and has studied from a wide angle most of the problems which are at present laid before America. In Asia, on the front with the Allies throughout the war, and recently in Europe and the Near East, he has been in the center of whatever was going on and has been able to draw his own conclusions about the troubles of the world today. It will be most interesting to hear some views based on actual experience instead of on theory and books.