curiosity as to
vement and its
r 11, 1920,. the
club in the
led at 'Harvard
time the move-
now there are
process of for-
'ilson club wasl
tion states, "to'
ge students the
son and to as-
Ion on the part
e of his noble
service to his
[ty, to the end4
about $5,000 a year, will be used to
supply the libraries of the smaller col-
leges with photostatic copies or tran-
scripts of the more important docu-
ments of the central collection and in
buying books concerning Mr. Wilson
and the Peace Conference for memo-
rial rooms or reserved shelves of these
libraries. When this undertaking is
completed the income will be used for
international fellowships comparable
to those founded by Cecil Rhodes.
Thus the tribute will be permanent.
Franklin Roosevelt Approves
"Our programme has the approval
of Franklin Roosevelt," continues Stu-
art, "who will recommend it to the
'Committee of Ten' of which he is
chairman. In the event, however, that
the two appeals be not combined, the
associated clubs are prepared to raise
the necess'y amount themselves withi
the assistance of prominent business
men in each Federal Reserve district." '
A national committee of college pro-
fessors and educators is' also being
formed to have complete charge of
formulating and directing the histori-
cal programme, determining the loca-
tion of the central collection and ex-
pending the annual income as out-
In the event President Harding does
nothing toward the furthering of a
League of Nations or a similar organ-
ization, a campaign of education and
agitation will be coiducted by these
clubs for the League of Nations, and
will be' continued until successful,
"even though it takes three, four or
A telegram was recently sent toMr.
Wilson informing him of the Woodrow
Wilson clubs dedicated to "Wilson
ideals and in appreciation of Wilson's
generous service to humanity," and the
progress of the new movement. A
from Mr. Wilson acknowledging the
telegram and stating: "It is most
gratifying to me to note the systematic
and businesslike manner with which
the universities have gone about their
work of organization, and I heartily
congratulate you on the progress
which has already been made."
Republican tClub Will Elect Officers
Members of the Republican club will
hold an important meeting at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon in the Union.
Officers will be elected for the com-
ing year and important business will
of appreciation was received1i
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The remaining income,
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