Foreign News: Saar Umpires

The most expert woman in the world on plebiscites is a U. S. citizen and her name is Sarah Wambaugh. She used to teach economics and history at Radcliffe and Wellesley. Last week the League of Nations picked her, with two men, to umpire that headline event Woodrow Wilson scheduled for sometime in 1935—the Saar plebiscite. The other umpires are Italy's Bindo Galli, president of Genoa's Court of Appeals, and Holland's L. A. Nypel, Supreme Court Justice. The three umpires will try to see that the Saar citizens, including Germans who lived in the...

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