THE LEAGUE: Bards in Session

Mrs. Thomas Woodrow Wilson, having successfully unveiled a bronze statue of her husband in Poland fortnight ago (TIME, July 13), was in Switzerland last week, just looking around. She stopped at Merges to see silver-maned Ignace Jan Paderewski, donor of Poland's statue, and she went to Geneva to see her husband's greatest memorial, the League of Nations, at work.

Last week was not quite a normal one in which to inspect the League. The problem that was temporarily occupying the Secretariat's exalted minds was the low state of Poetry. The Assembly looked...

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