"Tragedy and Progress in Today's 'Cycle of Cathay'" will be the subject of a lecture by Professor Lucius C. Porter of Yenching University at 8 o'clock tonight in the Littauer Center.
His speech will be under the auspices of the United Services to China. This organization was under the title of United China Relief during the war, when it was instrumental in sending food, clothes, medical supplies and other relief supplies to the war-stricken millions of Asia. Reorganized recently, it is carrying on with this work as well as a reconstruction program for war-torn areas.
Mrs. I. A. Richards, publicity director of the United Service's women's branch, announced that Porter's speech, which she expects to be "of great interest," will be open to the public at no cost.