TO TELL HOW STUDENTS CAN GET U. S. IN LEAGUE
NEW MEMBERS WILL HAVE CHANCE TO ENROLL
Professor Arthur N. Holcombe '06 of the Government Department will speak tonight at 7.15 in the Trophy Room of the Union at the first meeting of the Harvard Committee of the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association. His subject will be "College Men and the League". The meeting will be open to all members of the University and will be over by 8 o'clock.
Professor Holcombe will point out the part college men can play in bringing about the entrance of the United States into the League. He will also discuss some of the more prominent arguments used against the League.
At the close of Professor Holcombe's address an opportunity will be given to all present for becoming enrolled in the Harvard Committee. The membership will be $1.00 for the remainder of a student's course at the University. All those who wish to do active work as members of the Committee will also receive directions at this time. Such work will consist for the main part of enrolling members of the University and will be under the supervision of G. P. Baker '25, Treasurer of the Committee. It is probable that men will be given opportunities to work for the Non-Partisan Association this summer along the lines of speech-making and publicity.
The Non-Partisan Association was organized in January and stands for the entrance of the United States into the League either with or without reservations. It also aims to cultivate a public sentiment favorable to President Harding's World Court proposition.