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Canada Sonds Largest Delegation of Students, Totaling 20


Australia, Eatonia, Siam, and Syria, among others, are represented in the University by students this year, according to figures compiled by Phillips Brooks House. Canada, with 29 students, has the honor of having the largest delegation, while England is matched by China for second place honors, each country sending 17.

Five Frenchmen are here, and Belgium and Turkey, with four apicce, are tied in fifth position. In addition there are three Mexicaus, three gcots, three Indians, three Greeks, two Cubans, two Italians, two from Canto Domiage, and one each from Austyia, Hungary, Ive-land, Japan, Norway, Poland, Puexto Bice, Switzerland, Russia, Spain, and Lithuauia, in all a total of 119.

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