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April 12, 1934, Page 3


New York Colleges To Send Representatives; To Hold Sessions April 13, 14

          An anti-war convention of delegates from New York colleges will meet this Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14, under the sponsorship of the Metropolitan Intercollegiate .Association, for the purpose of bringing together all the anti-war factions which exist at the eight member colleges of the Association.

          On Friday evening, there will be a symposium on peace and all relevant subjects at the School of Education Auditorium, Washington Square. On Saturday alternoon and evening, the delegates will divide into study groups for discussion of various topics at McMillan Hall at Columbia University, Broadway at 116th Street.

          To be a voting delegate at the anti-war convention twenty-five student signatures are required. Mr. John Hauser of Columbia University is chairman of the Arrangements Committee. Max Cutler of N.Y.U. will be student chairman of the convention tomorrow night. Colleges expected to send voting delegates are St. Joseph's, Columbia, Hunter, C.C.N.Y., and Brooklyn.


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