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"The Situation in Europe" will be the subject of an address by Mr. Philip Kerr in the Living Room of the Union this evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. Kerr was associated with Lloyd George during and after the period of the Great War as private secretary, and was the aide of the British Premier at the Peace Conference of Versailles. As a graduate of New College, Oxford University, and a past editor of "The Round Table", a political review of recognized influence, he is particularly qualified by training and experience to present the problem of maintaining peace. He will explain the causes of the present crisis in Europe, the dangers involved, and the possible solutions to this international complication.
Since 1921 Mr. Kerr has been traveling extensively in this country and in Canada, making occasional addresses, but he will return to Europe shortly after the first of February with President Garfield of Williams College.
A dinner will be tendered Mr. Kerr before the lecture by the Undergraduate Committee and the Governing Board of the Union, to which members of the Faculty and friends of Mr. Kerr have been invited.
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