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14 Students Support Post-War Peace Study

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Fourteen prominent students from the Juniors and Senior classes, as well as two graduate students, last night issued a joint statement in approval of the plans for formation of a college council on post-war peace problems, which takes place this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Lowell House Common Room.

"We feel that an attempt must be made by college men now to discuss and study the means by which our national ideals of world freedom and lasting peace can be realized after the war," the statement begins.

"Therefore we ask that all men who can cooperate in any way with the proposed council on post-war peace problems which is to be formally organized this afternoon.

Sponsors of the statement were Gene Keith '42, David Stearns '42, Peter Dammann '42, Charles Breunig '42, George Cunningham '42, Howard Young '42, Alfred Gilbert '41, Roger Henselman '42, John C. Robbins '42, Paul C. Sheeline '43,. Charles Borden '43, Donald MacMillan '41, Thomas Matters '43, and George Clay '43.

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