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Arthur A. Maass, assistant professor of Government, will deliver an address entitled "My View of Conservation" befor the Conservation Society tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Lowell House Senior Common Room.

Maass, an expert in the field of conservation, is the author of an article written in collaboration with Robert de Roos, entitled "The Lobby Which Can't Be Licked," which appeared recently in Harper's Magazine. At present Maass is giving a course at Harvard on the conservation of natural resources.

The Conservation Society is a comparatively young organization. Started early last fall, it is now in the process of mapping out its future plans. In one of its previous meetings, it featured a talk by George L. Clark, associate professor of Zoology, on the subject of "The Conservation of Aquatic Resources."

The conservation problem was brought to the public eye in 1949 by two books, "Our Plundered Planet" by William Vogt and "Road to Survival" by Fairfield Osborn.

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