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RICHEY CLAIMS PETITION OF SOCIALISTS MISTAKEN

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Late last night the Harvard Socialist Club announced receipt of a reply to a petition to President Hoover, in which the club protested against the failure of the American delegation in London to carry out the proposals for reduction contained in the Executive's Armistice Day address.

The telegram, signed by Lawrence Richey, secretary to the President, read as follows: "Your telegram of February 26 has been received and will be laid before the President. As our delegation has been unceasing in its support of every proposal and every possibility of reduction in armaments, I am anxious to know who has given you information otherwise. I should like to correct this misimpression at its source, and will be indebted to you. If you can give me information in confidence as to who it is who inspired your action."

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