Members of the Conference Committees of the Model World Economic Conference to be held at Phillips Brooks House, Friday, April 21 will meet with members of the economics department next Tuesday. A. E. Monroe '08, will meet the Gold and Finance delegates at 7.30 o'clock in the Senior Common Room of Kirkland House, D. T. Smith will meet War Debts and Reparations delegates at 8 o'clock in the Senior Common Room of Standish Hall, while R. V. Gilbert '23 will preside over the Trade Barriers delegates at 3 o'clock in Eliot B-13.
Several of the Houses have already chosen their delegates to these committees and the others will have done so before Tuesday. Each House is to represent one country at the commission meetings. The following is the list of representatives: Adams House, Great Britain; Dunster House, France; Eliot House, Belgium; Kirkland House, Russia; Leverett House, Japan; Lowell House, the United States; Winthrop House, Italy; Freshman, Germany; and Brooks House, Spain.
J. H. Williams, professor of Economics and world renowned authority on questions of economic policy, will address the opening meeting of the entire Conference Friday, April 21.
M. S. Knowles '34, Cullison Cady '35, and Charles Foss '34 will leave tomorrow for Hanover where they will represent Harvard at the World Economic Conference being sponsored by the Dartmouth Christian Association and the Green International from April 14 to 16. E. E. Day, Hoover appointee to the Preparatory Commission on the London Economic Conference, will preside over the conference.