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Europe's future as a development of the now settled Czechoslovakian crisis will be given serious consideration at a meeting sponsored by six leading undergraduate organizations in the New Lecture Hall tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock.
Cooperating to present to the Student Body "intelligent interpretation of the issues arising from the war scare" and their bearing on international relations, the extra-curricular associations have procured two speakers to speak from the Czechoslovakian viewpoint.
Speakers Well Versed
They are Doctor F. Deutsch, of the University of Prague, a Sudeten German, but anti-Nazi and loyal to the democracy, and Jacob A. De Haas, William Ziegler Professor of International Relationships. Both are students of the economic and political background of the greater German movement and the Czech problem. Deutsch was the Czech delegate to the World Youth Congress last summer.
Organizations which have agreed to stand behind the program include the Phillips Brooks House, The Council of Government. Concentrators, The Harvard Advocate, The Harvard Monthly, The Debating Council, and the Student Union.
David W. Nussbaum '39, chairman of the committee to arrange the meeting emphasized that it would "neither be a rally nor a 'Save Czechoslovakia' movement" but an orderly discussion of the entire question.
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