Putting in what will be the first of his two appearances at the University within a week, Governor Saltonstall today will address members of the Netherlands University League of North America at a dinner to be held in the Fogg Museum this evening.
Also speaking before the third annual meeting of Holland-Americans will be Alexander Loudon, Netherlands ambassador to the United States. Loudon represents the exiled Dutch government under Queen Wilhelmina which has been established in London.
The event, which has been held yearly since the outbreak of the war, brings together many prominent Dutch-Americans to discuss the development of Dutch culture in this country.
The University, which is acting as host to the delegation, has been the scene of its numerous conferences since last Sunday. Tomorrow's banquet will mark the end of the four day reunion.
Among the other speakers who will appear before the delegation are Bartholomew Landheer of the Netherlands Information Bureau, H. N. Boon, first secretary of the Netherlands embassy in Washington, P. J. H. M. Mommersteeg, advisor to the Netherlands embassy, and P. Honig, a member of the Dutch economic mission.