Forums Scheduled

Three forums dealing with "The Frontier of Knowledge" will be open to the public this morning at 10 a.m.

A discussion of "The Soviet Union Today" will be held in Paine Hall, in the Music Building, with speeches by Merle Fainsod, professor of Government, Abram Bergson, professor of Economics, Alex Inkeles, professor of Sociology, and Zbigniew K. Brzezinski, assistant professor of Government.

In the Large Lecture Room of the Fogg Museum, Donald H. Menzel, director of the Harvard College Observatory, will argue that "Space Travel Is Just Around the Corner." In Emerson Hall D, J.N. Douglas Bush, Gurney Professor of English Literature, John H. Finley, Jr., Eliot Professor of Greek Literature, and Perry G.E. Miller, professor of American Literature, will defend the place of "Humanities in the Age of Science."

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