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A delegation of 32 men will leave the North Station at 7.45 o'clock this morning to represent the University at the annual intercollegiate conference opening at Silver Bay, Lake George, N. Y. tonight. W. I. Tibbetts '17, Graduate Secretary of Phillips Brooks House, left yesterday morning to make arrangements for the delegation, which will arrive late this afternoon.
The conference, which will close on June 22, consists of a series of lectures and discussion groups in which the religious and social problems confronting college men are taken up.
The members of the delegation are as follows:
M. D. Alexanian '26, H. G. Bradlee '26 S. W. Bridges Jr. '26, C. R. Brooks '26, M. A. Cheek '26, P. V. Confesor '25, W. E. Crosby Jr. '34, D. A. DeLong '26, J. P. Doycheff 3G., Edgar Durbin '25, R. J. Harper '25, K. O. Hayami 1G.B., T. D. Hazen '26, W. C. Hicks E.T.S., W. E. Kan g.r. T.S., F. C. Lawrence '20, E. M. Littell '26, T. G. Littell '24, A. O. Ludwig '26, H. H. MacCubbin '26, D. A. MacKinnon '26, E. W. Martin '26, K. N. Midzuno sp., J. H. Newton '25, I. P. Okuda 1G., Henry Reiff '25, W. A. Shimer 1G., Kosaburo Shimizu 1G., D. L. Sweeney '26, G. N. Tanikawa 1G., W. I. Tibbetts '17.
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