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The appointment of G.K. Martin '32 to represent Harvard at the conference of the Students' International Union to be held in New York City on February 21 and 22 was announced yesterday by J.H. Lane '28, Graduate Secretary of the Phillips Brooks House Association.
Delegates from about 60 colleges and universities of the East will participate in the conference which is called for the purpose of discussing problems of undergraduate policy and especially the question of acclimatizing the students from foreign countries to the atmosphere and ways of American college life.
The Students' International Union is an organization sponsored by a group of noted educators.
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