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Eighteen Cubans, six small girls, and two dozen Princetonians docked on the Eastern Steamship Liner "St. John" yesterday morning at 8 o'clock.
The 18 Cubans and the six small girls debarked and the two dozen Princetonians began to arise. J. Douglas Brown, professor of Economics at Princeton, was up, and, armed with a newspaper and without breakfast, boarded the special bus. An hour and a half later he was still alone in the 40 passenger bus behind his ninth paper.
The Princeton delegates went to the Purser to see how many of them there should be on board. An officer remarked that those Harvard men looked pretty rested after their vacation. At 9:30 o'clock the ship was finally cleared of its cargo.
Other Princetonians dropped down by air from New York later in the morning. The Yale delegation struck to terra firma and dribbled in by car and train.
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