Undergraduate delegates to the Guardian Conference on the American Public Service will meet in Winthrop House Senior Common room tonight for a preliminary discussion of the congress which will take place from December 8 to 10.
At the preliminary meeting today, the undergraduate delegates will discuss the reading list, which will serve as their portfolio, and consider the agenda of the three day congress which will include a banquet, a CBS network and a local broadcast, in addition to speeches and informal discussions.
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Lawrence I. Radway '40, in an interview last night, said that twelve of the invitations sent to prominent men have already been accepted. So far two college presidents and one dean, including President Conant and Dean Hanford, four college professors, a member of the Boston City Council, a Framingham manufacturer, and a management engineer, as well as an unnamed representative of the C.I.O. have agreed to discuss the public service problem with the undergraduate delegates.
This is the second conference on public affairs the Guardian has sponsored.