At Helsingfors, cleanly capital of Finland, Y. M. C. A. workers from 52 different countries met as the World Alliance of National associations.
Negroes and Chinese raised the question of racial interminglings, heard no practical solution.
The boys' group asserted that secret diplomacy impeded the world peace movement; suggested also that males and females be really frank with each other.
A German delegate cried: "American Christians have been to God but returned to earth to do social work, while European Christians often remain with God." Aging* John R. Mott listened solemnly. He was...