General apathy marked the organizational meeting of the proposed Socialists Club as only three Harvard students showed up at Phillips Brooks House last night. Also present was a member of the Boston University Young Peoples Socialist League and a Radcliffe student.
Asking that his name not be printed, the founder of the group attributed the poor attendance "partly to apathy, partly to the reading period." He said that a permanent Socialist group was needed at the College and that he had hopes of combining the small Socialistic clubs, such as the Fabian Society, into one consolidated organization.
At the beginning of the meeting the interested few read pamphlets on Socialist aims and purposes. The remainder of the evening was spent in a debate on the movement's future.