Of Editors To Plan
Rallies On November 8 In City
Schools To Be Arranged
At Meeting Today
COUNCILS UPHOLD MOVE
Permanent Peace Committees To
Be Set Up In Each High
School and College
preparations for a student-faculty demonstration on Friday, November 8,
college and high school editors and student leaders are holding a
conference today at 8 p.m. at Washington Square College of N.Y.U. This
conference is being called by the Intercollegiate Peace Mobilization
Committee, which was organized several weeks ago at the instigation of
Roger E. Chase, editor of the Columbia Spectator.
The Delegates will
make plans for the demonstration, and also for the setting up of a
permanent peace organization within each school.
Robert A. Klein,
president of the Day Organization at Washington Square, is secretary of
this city-wide committee, which is also composed of Ida Schwalberg and
Eli Jaffe of Brooklyn College, Margaret Cummings of Teachers College,
and the President of the Jewish Theological Seminary College student
Both the Women's
and Men's student councils have endorsed the peace demonstration and
are working with the city-wide committee in the formulation of plans.
The council, represented by Harriet Ulman and Al Ehrlich, and the
newspapers, represented by Ida Scwalberg and Eli Jaffe, are asking all
clubs, sororities, and fraternities to send a representative to an
Interclub meeting today at 1:30 p.m. in 602aL for the purpose of
discussing and endorsing the peace demonstration.
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