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As a quickener of local interest in the Spanish difficulties, Harvard's Student and Teacher's Unions will sponsor Monday evening addresses by Andre Malraux and Luis Elscher.
The time is 8 o'clock in the New Lecture Hall.
Chief speaker for what the Unions consider their most important meeting of the year to date, Malraux is pictured as the outstanding contemporary French novelist, particularly for his Goncourt Prize winner, "Man's Fate," and "Days of Wrath," published here last year.
In addition he has been acting as head of the Aviation Division of the International Brigade in support of the Loyalists. With Fischer, correspondent of the "Nation" in Madrid, Malraux comes here at the beginning of a brief tour of America.
Fischer has been considered as one of the more capable European reporters and an able observer of the Russian scene.
These speeches form part of the Student Union's regular series.
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