News from the Houses
Will Speak on "The Trouble in the Far East" on April 12
At a dinner at Dunster House on Tuesday, April 12, at 6.30 o'clock, President Lowell will speak on "The Trouble in the Far East." The last speaker at the House was J. L. Lowes, Francis Lee Higginson Professor of English Literature, who spoke on February 29.
In his first radio appearance, on February 18, President Lowell spoke on the subject "Shall the United States join the Other Nations to Stop Bloodshed in China." In this address, he advocated that the United States place a boycott on Japanese goods.