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Anti-War Strike Plans

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Preparations for the student anti-war demonstration to take place here on April 12 were outlined Saturday afternoon in Phillips Brooks House at a meeting of over 60 Harvard and Radcliffe undergraduates.

Following the report of the Continuations Committee, given by A. Jerome Rimelhoch '38 and Saul S. Friedberg 2L, Kendrick N. Marshall '21, assistant in government, gave a short talk on conditions during the World War and on his experiences teaching in China. He ended by commending the idealistic movements of students in the University but issued a note of warning to them not to let militarists turn their idealism into zeal for war when the time comes.

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