Mere League Continuation Hope to World, Says Hudson

Elliott Speaks Pessimistically at Foreign Policy Meeting

Encouraged by the continuing existence of the League of Nations, Manley O. Hudson, Bemis Professor of International Law, told the Foreign Policy Association Saturday at the Copley-Plaza Hotel that the outlook for world peace was more hopeful than the events of the last year would indicate. "The United States is losing much of its hostility towards the League," he said, "so it is within the realm of possibility that some accord may be reached."

The other speaker, William Y. Elliott, professor of Government, discounted the importance of this point as a factor in world peace. He felt, however, that the opposition of the press to domestic policies was not only important, but showed that the country was in a healthy condition.