GENEVA, May 31--President Eisenhower was reported to have told Big Four statesmen he looks to a possible series of summit talks where grave East-West disputes can be negotiated.
Diplomatic authorities said the President made it clear to American, British, French, and Soviet foreign ministers he feels that each new step in the negotiating process must be justified by some progress being achieved in the preceding stage.
Points that Eisenhower was said to have made:
He is personally ready to go anywhere--almost anytime--to attend the first of the series of top-level conferences.
He hopes the Geneva negotiators will justify the first summit meeting by agreeing on some first step in the direction of German unification.
Gov. Long Resting
GALVESTON, Tex., May 31--Gov. Earl Long of Louisiana was reported to-night to be resting in a psychiatric clinic and "presently not under any theraputic care."
A medical bulletin on the Democratic governor added: "The basic diagnostic survey will not be completed for several days."
Long entered John Sealy Hospital Saturday after a semi-secret flight from Baton Rogue, the Louisiana capital, in a National Guard plane.
He made the trip less than a week after he stunned legislators with apparently uncontrollable outbursts of shouting in a hearing and before a joint session of the Legislature.
Davis Returns HomeWinthrop House Master and Professor of Sociology James A. Davis, who suffered a heart attack early last week, returned home
Buck Fractures LegPaul H. Buck, Director of the University Library, underwent an operation Monday for a fracture of his left leg. He
Lecture on Esperanto CongressProfessor E. V. Huntington, '95, will lecture on the Geneva Esperanto Congress in the lecture room of the Fogg Museum
Prof. Wendell Shows ImprovementProfessor Barrett Wendell is resting comfortably at the McDowell Hospital, Boston, after his recent operation for mastoiditis. His condition has
Student Found DazedPolice reported yesterday that Lewis C. Austin '58 was resting comfortably after treatment for multiple cuts. He had been found
President Remains SecludedPresident Neil L. Rudenstine yesterday remained in seclusion for the fourth consecutive day, and University officials refused to provide independent