Harvard NSA Gets Big Role In DP Project

Harvard's chapter of NSA will supply information on a nation-wide scale to all other college chapters attempting to arrange scholarships for DP students, delegation chairman Alfred M. Goodloe Jr. '50 announced last night.

Originally, the University delegation was just the "regional stimulator" of the project, Goodloe explained, but at the request of NSA vice-president Rob West the group agreed to take over the national project.

Fisher Objects

The Council approved the group's decision last night, but one NSA delegate, Robert C. Fisher '51, went on record against the proposal.

Although the legality of DP scholarships under the law passed by the 80th Congress was at first in doubt, West told the Council last night that the President's Committee administering the act has ruled that students placed in a University are considered "employed," and thus eligible for immigration.


The Council approved the election of Goodloe as delegation chairman replacing Frederick Deane '48 who resigned last week.

Ask Alumni Response

Weeks also urged students to write or wire any alumni they may know asking them to contact the Executive Board of the Associated Harvard Clubs which is meeting at the Harvard Club in Boston Friday to make a final decision on the War Memorial.

At their meeting last night, the Council approved the constitutions of the Young Progressives, the Parapsychology Club, and the Bach Choir. Herbert J. Spire '50 was unanimously elected Council representative on the Crimson Key Society.