The second meeting of the international Council will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the Parlor of Phillips Brooks House. The subject for the discussion will be "The Monroe Doctrine."
Five minute arguments defending and opposing the Doctrine will be presented by Captain B. B. Wygant, U. S. N., professor of Naval Science and Tactics, and C. F. Werman, of Brasil, respectively. At the close of these short addresses the discussion will be thrown open to all members of the Council J. J. de Stoop of Belgium, will be chairman for the evening.
While announcing this meeting, Q. N. Martin '32, chairman of the Foreign Student Committee of Brooks House also made known that the Shepard room shelves are now supplied with periodicals and newspapers from several foreign countries and urged that all foreign students and their friends make frequent use of the room for reading and social purposes. He further pointed out that hearing the discussions of the Council might prove profitable to those who are interested in the League of Nations Model Assembly which will be held at Harvard this year and he extended them an invitation to attend.