Truman, Lie, and Stalin Hear from Local UN Council

If the Western Union's Moscow office is on the ball, Joseph Stalin received a cable from the United Nations Council of Harvard this weekend, Chairman Stephen M. Schwebel '50 announced yesterday.

Reflecting the Council's desire to iron out the present tense international situation entirely through the machinery of the UN, the cable said in part: "The United Nations-Council of Harvard views with deep apprehension the discordant relations between the Soviet Union and the United States, and the consequent effects upon the efforts of the United Nations to make the peace secure. . . . May we take the liberty of urging that you meet with President Truman and Trygve Lie in the hope that the mediation of international authority may best promote the resolution of current difficulties.