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Faculty, Students Back O'Connell in Neutrality Plans

Montana Representative Receives Letter of Endorsement Today in Emerson


Anticipating the visit today of Representative Jerry O'Connell of Montana, five Faculty members and more than 30 students have signed a letter to him endorsing O'Connell's bill for a stronger collective security program, it was learned last night.

The five are Arthur N. Holcombe '06 professor of Government; Gordon W. Allport, assistant professor of Psychology; Kenneth B. Murdock '16, professor of English; David W. Prall, associate professor of Philosophy; and Ernest J. Simmons '25, assistant professor of English.

Would Limit Embargo

O'Connell's bill would amend the present Neutrality Act, wihch applies an embargo on war materials to both sides in the present Spanish and Chinese wars, so as to limit the embargo to the aggressor nation and allow suppies to be sent to the victims of aggression.

He will address a meeting in Emerson Hall this afternoon at 4 o'clock sponsored by the Student Union, the Teacher's Union, and the League for Peace and Democracy. At that time the letter will be presented to O'Connell.

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