Crimson Debates Eli At Wheaton Monday
Harvard and Yale will meet on common ground at Wheaton College Monday evening, when a team of Eli world federalists opposes two members of the United Nations Council in a debate on the need for an immediate world government.
The debate, acording to Mary E. Keller, chairlady of the Wheaton arrangements committee, has generated much interest among Wheaton undergraduates, and "flocks" of internationally-minded coeds are expected to attend.
Stephen M. Schwebel '50, chairman of the UN Council, and Robert S. Warshaw '46, chief of its Speakers Bureau, will defend the negative side of the topic, "Resolved, that the United Nations should be transferred immediately into a limited world government." Richard Shapiro, national college chairman of the Student Federalists and president of the Yale Political Union, and Stephen Chadwick, national secretary of the Federalist group, will represent Yale and the affirmative.