DIMITROFF SPEAKS ON COLLEGES OF EUROPE FOR HARVARD MISSION

Emphasizes Two important Points of Variance

Last night under the auspices of the Harvard Mission. Mr. G. Z. Dimitroff, of Roberts College, Corstantinople, spoke in Standish Hall on the subject. "College Life in Europe" Mr Dimitroff, a Bulgarian, spent three years at Robert College, an institution founded by Americans in Constantinople. Since then he has spent six years at Boston University and at Harvard, concentrating in the field of Astronomy.

Two important points were emphasized by the speaker. First, European colleges are very few in number, that the American college as such has no place in their system. Secondary their "gymuasium" is the equivalent of a high school and two years college training here; and from this stage the student enters directly into his professional division of the university such as Medicine or Science.