Crusading Student to Talk in Adams House On World Government
As spokesman for an organization calling for complete remodeling of the United Nations into a world government, Colgate Prentice, national president of Student Federalists, will speak tonight at 8 o'clock in Adams House Upper Common Room on "World Government--A Challenge."
Prentice, a 21 year old student veteran himself, was elected last September to the presidency of the student organization at the group's national convention in Chicago. Following his election, he decided to take a term off from Swarthmore College and go on a speaking tour on behalf of the world government idea.
Sponsored by a small group under the leadership of Howard P. Buehler '49, at present working through the dean's office to procure recognition for a world government group in the University, the meeting is expected to attract a number of Wellesley girls who have been the leading spokesmen for this student movement in New England.