An excerpt from "The League of Nations" by Francis Comerford, Class of 1919 in the 1919 Register

"Any discussion of the so-called League of Nations in a school of this type calls for the close attention and lively interest of the pupil. The subject has held first place in the newspapers and magazines for months, and all the articles appearing therein have striven to attract the attention of the voter. We have yet to see any well-defined attempt to bring the matter before a class that it most vitally concerns- the American schoolboy or schoolgirl. We say 'most vitally concerns,' and rightfully, we think, for will not this element be the voting body a few years hence, will they not be the ones who will live to be weighted down by what may be an almost unbearable burden or to be deprived of what may prove to have been the salvation of the world?"