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Representatives from twelve colleges of greater Boston will have a chance to discuss the World Court with students from many parts of the world when they convene Saturday afternoon at Wellesley College to form a Model International Conference of Plenipotentiaries. Harvard will be represented by students from France, Brazil, and Australia.
In the evening the delegations from all the colleges will transform themselves into senators, and in a Model Session of the U. S. A. Senate American adherence to the World Court will be discussed. C. P. Laders 2G, R. Ruggles '30, and T. P. Fry 3L are in charge of the Harvard delegation which is still open to members of the University who are interested in attending the meetings.
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