Plans for holding an international students conference in England in June, 1924, were discussed at the Intercollegiate Conference of eastern students at Goucher College, Baltimore, last Friday and Saturday. With the view primarily of bettering relations between France and Germany, students, principally of France, Germany, England, and the United States will be asked to attend, and all the colleges in this country will be invited to send delegates.
The conference at Goucher was called in an attempt to obtain an expression of collegiate opinion on the League of Nations.
Three resolutions were passed by the conference: 1, that the fifty prisoners which were confined during the war for political reasons should be released; 2, that the United States should support the League of Nations because it is an instrument of peace and one which can be adapted to the constitution; 3, that this second resolution should be sent to the President and Congress of the United States.
C. F. Dunbar '25 represented the Harvard branch of the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association.