At 8 o'clock on Wednesday evening, December 12, in the Faculty Room of the Union, the Harvard Italian Club will hold its first official meeting of the year.
On the program are several distinguished speakers, who will be introduced by F. L. Brown Jr. '27, secretary of the club. After President A. G. R. Zottoll 1L has made a brief address, Dr. George La piana of the Faculty will outline the history and purpose of the club. Following him, Professor G. B. Weston '87 will speak on "The Italian Language in the University" and on "Italy, the World's Playground."
The last speaker will be Dr. Pantaleoni, one of the principal Italian representatives in the League of Nations. He will speak on "Italy in the League of Nations and as a World Power."
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