ART SOCIETY WILL MEET TO DETERMINE FUTURE

To Consider Problem of Getting Support From Student Body -- Essential to Obtain Additional Funds

With about thirty pledges of financial aid within a week from students of Harvard and Radcliffe, the Harvard Society for Contemporary Art announced yesterday that it would hold a meeting tonight at 7.45 o'clock at which the future policy of the Museum would be discussed.

All interested students, as well as the signers of the pledges are invited to attend the meeting.

The problem of obtaining additional support from the student body will be the chief subject to be discussed at the meeting, which will be held in the Society's galleries in the Harvard Cooperative Building.

"With expenses of approximately $5,000 a year and the withdrawal of a great deal of the support from New York patrons it is essential that interested students of the University give all the support possible," Mrs. P. M. Herzeg, an executive of the Contemporary Art Society, said yesterday in commenting on the situation.