February 21, 1936, Page 1
By Student Union
convention of the American Student union will be held on March 14 for
the purpose of establishing. city leadership and discussing district
problems, according to George Watt, executive secretary. The conference
will also plan the anti-war strike, which will take place on April 22.
The date has been changed from last year's April 12 because it
conflicts with vacations. It is probable that the entire strike will be
conducted by the A.S.U.
International Youth Day, marks A.S.U. day, when the strength of the
union will he demonstrated on a nation-wide scale. In New York City it
is planned to hold a parade culminating in an open-air meeting at which
Senators Nye and Kvale will be invited to speak. On out-of-town
campuses mass meetings will be held for the purpose of discussing
current problems, with stress on the Nye and Kvale bill against
compulsory ROTC. Colleges that areon Spring vacation will hold the "day
of strength" earlier.
Advocate, newly-established American Student Union magazine, sold
out. its initial January issue. Fifteen thousand copies were sold and
four thousand more have been ordered.
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