U.N. Association Calls For Men to Speak on International Affairs
Rushing into action its plan for an "off-campus" speakers bureau, formulated at a meeting last Thursday, the United Nations Association of New England last night issued an appeal for interested internationally-minded speakers to appear at the Dunster House Common Room at 7 o'clock tonight.
Composed of eight Boston area colleges, the Association, not to be confused with the Harvard U. N. Council, is in the process of creating a staff of Crimson orators to answer requests for information from various local organizations.
The appeal is directed primarily toward colleges groups concerned with international affairs, each of which is asked to send a representative armed with a list of available speakers. According to an Association spokesman, the Liberal Union, the College Forum, the Republican Forum, as well as possibly the