Dedication Ceremony Cancelled for Center

President Eisenhower's trip to Russia, originally scheduled for next month, has caused cancellation of elaborate dedication ceremonies for the new International Legal Studies Center. Although the President has rescheduled his trip for this spring, it is unlikely that he will come to Cambridge for ceremonies.

Secretary-General of the United Nations Dag Hammarskjold, who had accepted an invitation to speak at the dedication, also will not come to the Law School. Hammarskjold customarily remains in New York while the UN remains in session, and his original acceptance of the Law School's invitation represented a break with traditional protocol.