James G. McDonald, former chairman of the Foreign Policy Ascociation will address a meeting in Emerson D tonight at 8 o'clock speaking on the subject of "Realignments in Europe."
Mr. McDonald, who was High Commissioner of the League of Nations for refugees from Nazi Germany, resigned after a quarrel over policy and is now associated with the "New York Times".
McDonald took his A.B. degree at Indiana University in 1909, and later studied in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences here. In 1911 he was appointed an Assistant in the Department of History here and later held a similar position at Radcliffe.
He will be introduced by William Y. Elliott, professor of Government.
He will be introduced by William Yandell Elliott, Professor of Government. The meeting will be open to all members of the University and their guests as long as seats are available.