Piorro de Lanux, director of the Paris League of Nations Information Bureau, and Waldo Cook, editor of the Springfield Republican are scheduled to be the first two speakers on the Harvard Liberal Club program, it was announced yesterday by William Stix, president of the club. M. Lanux has signified that his subject will be "Our International Ethien", while Mr. Cook will announce his topic later.
The first lecture will be on November 13 when M. Lanux will speak, while Mr. Cook will give his talk on November 18. Other dates have not yet been arranged, nor have meeting places been designated.
The program includes Paul Anderson, Roger Baldwin, Harry E. Barnes, Claude G. Bowers, Clarence Darrow, Dr. Stephen P. Duggan, Arthur G. Hays, Gardener Jackson, Dr. Clarence Cook Little '10, Robert M. Lovett, Alexander Meiklejohn, Lowis Mumford, Scott Nearing, and W. A. Neilson '98.