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Student in this country who will travel abroad this summer under the auspices of the National Student Federation will receive shortly cards which will introduce them to the student organizations and university and political officials of the European countries.
The identity cards read as follows: "The National Student Federation of America certifies that the bearer of this card is a member of its organization, and would be obliged to the national students' organizations of Europe as well as to the governmental and university officials if they would grant to the bearer of this card all the facilities and privileges of travelling students." Under this will appear the signature of an officer of the Federation. The subsequent recommendation will be signed by Dr. Franz Deak, Vice-President of the Confederation Internationale des Etudiants and at present a special student in the Law School. "The undersigned recommends the bearer of this card especially to all student organizations affiliated with the Confederation Internationale des Etudiants."
Identity Cards Valuable
Members of the foreign student organization are given identity cards which give them special rates on railroads and particularly courteous receptions by the students of all affiliated countries through which they may travel. The United States, not as yet being a member of the C. I. E., cannot obtain the full privileges of such identity cards for her students this summer A special arrangement, however, has been made C. I. E. whereby the identity cards issued by the American Federation will provide American students with as many of these privileges as can be given in fairness to a nonmember.
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