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Julean Arnold, for 24 years Commercial attache to China, will speak today in Harvard Hall 1, at 12 o'clock, as guest lecturer in Bruce Hopper's course on International Relations. His subject will be the "Far Eastern Situation" and visitors will be welcome.
Arnold has spent most of his life in China, having been made Student Interpreter at the American legation in Peking in 1902, the first person to hold this post. In 1914 he was named Consul-General at Hankow and in the same year gained the position he still holds as Commercial attache.
The author of numerous monographs on the Far East, Arnold was also highly praised by Professor Hopper as an outstanding speaker, and a large number of "vagabonds" are expected at the lecture.
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