William Y. Elliott, professor of Government, will be one of the speakers at the first of a series of ten luncheon discussions held by the Foreign Policy Association of Boston next Saturday, October 24.
Other speakers will be Nicholas Longworth, former minister to Hungary and at present a member of the editorial staff of the New York Herald Tribune, and Alfred Baker Lewis, Socialist candidate for governor of Massachusetts. The subject of the three talks will be "How will the election affect our foreign relations?"
In addition a students' round table will be formed following the regular meeting at which a chance will be given for questioning the speakers. The charge for joining the Association is $1.00. This entitles them to attend the discussion which is to be held at the Copley-Plaza for an additional $.25, while non-members will have to pay $.50.