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Tocsin Holds Meeting


Members of Tocsin last night agreed to focus their Spring term activities on education for peace both within and beyond the group.

Chairman Peter C. Goldmark '62 outlined the executive committee's plans to put the membership through intensive study of both political issues and educational techniques. Independent reading will alternate with weekly seminars to train students for speaking appearances before audiences in the Boston region. The committee said they would try to get engagements with civic organizations and others, including labor and church groups.

One member disclosed that the Boston chapter of Turn Toward Peace has set April 21 as the date for a small local peace march. However, Tocsin last night withheld its official sanction of the action.

The membership also decided to refrain from taking a stand on a proposed New York demonstration which would coincide with the March 7 rally of the Young Americans for Freedom at Madison Square Garden.

In the early part of the meeting. Jennifer Simon '64 was elected secretary of Tocsin.

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