This Week in London
Monday, May 16th, at 5.30 p.m.-ENGLAND AND AMERICA, THEIR RELATIONS IN THE. PAST AND THEIR OBLIGATIONS TO EACH OTHER To-DAY. By Mr. George Haven Putnam. At the TJniver. sity of London, University College.
Tuesday, May 17th, at 5.30 p.m.-AIR POWER AND IMPERIAL DEFENCE. By Air Vice-Marshal Sir Philip W. Cane. At University College. Also at 5.30 p.m.-Is AMUSEMENT A BORE ? A debate between Mr. George Grossmith and Mr. Beverley .Nichols. At the London School of Economies, Houghton Street, Aldwych. In aid of King Edward's Hospital Fund for London. Tickets from the Secretary, 7 Walhrook, KC. 4. Also at 8.15 BRITISH FASCISM. ITS AIMS AND OBJECTS. By Miss Linton. Orman Founder. At the Pioneer Club, 12 Cavendish Place, W. I.
Thursday, May 19th, at 8 p.m.-WHAT CONVERTED ME TO BIRTH CONTROL AND WHAT I SHOULD LIKE TO SEE DONE. A discussion under the auspices of the Society for Constructive Birth Control and Racial Progress. Dr. Mario Stopes in the chair. At Essex Hall, F.ssex Street, Strand.