LIBERAL CLUB TO TAKE PART IN PEACE MEETING
Four Representatives Will Be Sent To Regional Conference Against War, Held in Phillips Brooks House
As part of the program of its Peace Committee for this year, the Liberal Club will send a delegation of four, consisting of A. Jerome Himelhoch '38, William B. Loring '35, Edwin McG. Warner '37, and Griffith B. Washburn '35, to the Boston Regional Conference Against War, which will take place on Sunday at 2 o'clock, in Phillips Brooks House.
The position which the Liberal Club has taken has been considerably influenced by their apprehensions at the heavy representation of the National Student League. A spokesman for the Club has made the following statement concerning the stand it has taken: "The Liberal Club does not wish to adhere to a group whose decisions are not in accord with those liberal principles held by its delegates. Therefore, our delegates have been instructed to withdraw from the conference if, in their opinion, the resolutions passed by it contravene their own liberal principles. Indications have it, however, that the meeting will be guided by those dictates of common sense and reason which have in the past guided the thinking college student."