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In accord with nationwide interest in aid to Britain and peace possibilities, five prominent men addressed a group of fifty students and faculty members in the Lowell House Symposium last night.
The speakers, who represented a wide number of opinions, took turns answering a list of prepared questions, designed to cover as many aspects of the topics as possible. The men were: William E. Hocking '01, Alford Professor of Philosophy; Bart J. Bok, associate professor of Astronomy; Clive Knowles, state organizer of "Labor's Non-Partisan League of Massachusetts; R. Minton Sedgwick '21, Boston Chairman of the William Allen White Committee; and Donald C. McKay, assistant professor of History.
Discuss Peace Terms
Professor Hocking met with agreement when he suggested that the United States would do well to come out with a declaration of the terms on which it thinks the next peace should be made, such as friendliness and willingness to cooperate with the German people.
Talk turned to the chances of a union after the war, and Bok, asserted that, unlike some of the speakers, he feels that uniting England and America, and leaving the other countries out in the cold, would do nothing more than recreate the conditions which provoked the present war.
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