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Mr. Philip Kerr, the private secretary of the Ex-British Premier, David Lloyd George, during the Great War period from 1916 to 1921, will speak in the Living Room of the Union Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. Kerr has chosen for his subject "The Situation in Europe", in which he will deal with the present international crisis, the causes, the dangers, and the means by which the difficulties may be overcome. The problem of peace is a subject upon which he can speak with authority, for at the Peace Conference of Versailles he was the aide of the British Premier.
Mr. Kerr is a graduate of New College of Oxford University, and for many years was editor of "The Round Table", a political review of great influence in England. He is well known as a polished speaker and an eminent authority on political institutions both in this country and abroad.
For the past year Mr. Kerr has been travelling on this continent, but the first of the coming month he will sail with President Garfield of Williams College for Europe.
Before the lecture M. Kerr will be entertained at a dinner to be given at the Union, to which members of the Faculty with whom he is acquainted will be invited.
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