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Members of the Harvard Liberal Club have been circulating a petition which they will send to Washington in protest against the inactivity of the American Delegation at the London Disarmament Conference. This petition is similar to one which the Yale Liberal Club sent with 200 signatures to President Hoover a short while ago.
Already about 150 undergraduates and a large number of the members of the faculty have shown their support. Among the latter who have signed are the following: H. B. Bigelow '01, Raymond Calkins '90, G. H. Chase '96, W. E. Clark, R. W. Coues '95. A. T. Davison '05, W. S. Ferguson, F. McR. Findlay '22, Kuno Francke, C. J. Friedrich, R. S. Hillyer '17, A. N. Holcombe '06, G. E. Johnson, R. I. Loveli, C. H. McIlwain '03, P. H. Means '17, C. H. Moore '89, G. H. Parker '87, A. W. Samborski '26, F. W. Taussig '79, J. A. Walz '99, Soma Welss, and Alfred Worcester '78.
It is expected that the petition will be sent in on Wednesday. All members of the University who wish to sign may find coples at Leavitt and Peirce's, at the Harvard Union, or at the Liberal Club Mouse, 66 Winthrop Street.
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