Marked by the most intense drive for the sale of war stamps and bonds that the College can put on, Harvard will celebrate International Students Day tomorrow. As an indication of their full support in the war, the committee in charge of the event, hopes to have the students buy more stamps and bonds than ever before.
Beside the drive for bond sales there will be a rally at the New Lecture Hall at which moving pictures of the various underground activities in the conquered nations of Europe will be shown. Pictures will reveal French, Czechoslovakian, and Hungarian organizations.
Representatives of the united nations will be on hand, some giving short talks about their country in the war. The celebration will be the first of its kind in this country, although it was held in several of the United Nations last year. It commemorates the execution of a group of Czech students in 1939.