Ornithologists Gather to Organize University Body

Thirty Men Form Nucleus--Plan Field Trips, Outside Speakers

Ornithological forces gathered last night in the Lowell House Common Room to lay plans for the founding of a society to further the interests of the bird-lovers of the University.

Organization of the society will follow in the next week or two and at future meetings details about speakers, field trips, officers and other matters will be decided. Well known men from different parts of the state have offered to address the society.

Thirty men have enlisted, while others that wish to join may do so by getting in touch with one of the following: Frank B. Lawson '36, Adams B-27; Fred M. Packard, Kirkland F-31; Hustace H. Poor '36, Dunster G-32; or Oliver K. Scott '37, Lowell J-41.