THE LEAGUE: Homecoming

Just a month ago the dying League of Nations sank to a single spark of life. Secretary General Joseph Avenol asked for the resignation of its last 89 employes, remained its only functionary. Last week the final spark went out. M. Avenol sadly informed the League's member States that the "realities" of the present time made his office no longer necessary, himself resigned.

Back to the onetime home of its founding father went the last remnants of Woodrow Wilson's dream for world peace. In the little town where he had once served as...

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