November 1, 1935, Page 1
POLITICAL AND SCHOLASTIC LEADERS
ENDORSE STUDENT PEACE MOVEMENT
movement which is being organized by students throughout the country
for a peace mobilization to commemorate Armistice, leaders in both the
political and scholastic fields arc voicing their approval of the
November 8 demonstration.
President Bernard S. Deutsch, when interviewed concerning his support
of the peace mobilization told Robert A. Klein, president of the
Washington Square Day Organization, "I am willing to back you as
far as you may go!"
Dean Loomis of the
Washington Square College, when asked whether he would join the
students in n demonstration for peace voiced a dramatic consent by
saying,"I have two sons of my own.."
Woodburn Chase of New York University has sent a notice to every school
on the campus urging all heads of departments to call off classes next
Friday al eleven o'clock, in order to help the peace mobilization and
to signify the administration's desire to aid the students in
campaigning for the establishment and maintaining of peace.
R. Robinson of City College is dismissing all classes on November 8 at
11.00 arts to permit the mobilization for peace to be a united and
effective one. He has also announced that he, as President of City
College, will lead the peace mobilization in the Great Hall of the
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