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BANQUET AT UNION PLANNED IN AID OF FRIENDSHIP DRIVE

All Collectors and Limited Number of Students to Attend -- Deak and Habicht Will Also Speak

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A dinner and reception for all collectors of the Student Friendship Drive and a limited number of Union members has been announced by the Student Friendship Committee. The dinner will take place at the Union, next Tuesday evening, February 23, at 6 o'clock. The guests of honor will be Mr. Ivison MacAdam, Jan Bolinski Jundzill, Max Habicht, and Franz Deak.

Mr. Ivison MacAdam is a former president of the English National Students' Union and is now First Vice President of the Confederation Internationale des Etudiants. Mr. MacAdam will make a short address after dinner in which he will touch on the value of student union and federation.

President Very Active

M. Jan Bolinski-Jundzill, now President of the Confederation Internationale des Etudiants will also speak. M. Bolinski, is a Polish student whose work in student activities has received world wide attention during the past two or three years. M. Franz Deak, Second Vice President of the C. I. E. and a special student in the Law School will give a short address. M. Max Habicht, who has been prominently connected with the Confederation and where lecture at the Union before Christmas treated wide attention from the undergraduates will be present at the dinner and will also speak briefly.

One of the primary reasons for the dinner, aside from the opportunity to meet prominent figures in international student activities, is to bring together all the collectors of the Student Friendship Fund here in the University. Because of the large number of collectors it has been difficult this year, as in the past, for the leaders of the Drive to keep in touch with all the undergraduate subordinates whose work makes possible the collection of the fund. The meeting at dinner. Tuesday evening, will give the collectors of this year's drive an opportunity to get a fuller understanding of the work of the Student Friendship Fund in Europe as in America.

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