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In response to several undergraduate requests received yesterday, the Harvard Committee Against Military Intervention announced last night that the no--war letter to President Roosevelt will be circulated throughout the University as a petition.
Nearly 200 signatures had been obtained last night after a few hours' circulation, stated Tudor Gardiner, Jr., chairman of the Committee.
As originally intended, the letter, asking that aid to Britain be kept "short of war" was to have been sent to the President bearing only the signatures of Committee members, Gardiner said, in order to save time.
In view of the "markedly favorable student reaction to publication," however, the Committee held a meeting yesterday afternoon and voted to postpone mailing the letter in order to give all undergraduates the chance to indicate their opposition to American military involvement in Europe, a representative of the Committee said last night.
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