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One of the most interesting of recent developments in education is shown in Government 18a, a course on International Relations given by Professor Buell. This course has been organized into a miniature League of Nations, the members of the class taking the parts of the various nations represented.
This morning at 12 o'clock in Harvard 3 the eleventh Assembly of the "League of Nations" is considering applications for membership from the "United States", "Mexico", "Turkey" and "Russia". The "United States" has applied for membership subject to eight reservations, which, after vigorous debate in the Sixth Committee, have been referred to a sub-committee, which will report to the Assembly today.
Among the lectures of interest being given this morning, the following are permanent.
"The Process of Lawmaking", Professor Munro, New Lecture Hall, Government 1.
"The Earliest New England Poets", Professor Murdock, Harvard 2, English 33.
"The End of the Giottesque Line", Professor Edgell, Robinson Hall, Fine Arts 5h.
"Reinke de Vos", Professor Howard, Germanic Museum, German 25.
"Dryden", Professor Murray, Harvard 3, English 39.
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