Three additional men were named last night at Phillips, Brooks House as delegates to the ninth International, Conference for Foreign Missions in Indianapolis on December 28. The new men are all undergraduates,--B. H. Burnham '24, Sterling Dow '25, and J. J. Maher '24. This addition brings the total number of delegates from the University up to 27. Of these, nine are undergraduates. As the total undergraduate representation at the conference has been set at 25 it is still possible for a large number of undergraduates to attend the convention. Registrations may be made at Phillips Brooks House until Saturday.
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