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Many members of the Class of 1937, the first entering group under the present administration, are expected to throng 17 Quincy Street this weekend in their final chance as undergraduates to attend a Conant Sunday tea.
"President and Mrs. Conant will be at home and glad to see any men who are students of the University . . . between 4 and 6 o'clock. This will be the final tea for students this Spring."
A checkup made yesterday on the number of students attending Sundays' presidential tea throughout the year revealed an average figure between 15 and 35 for each such function. To date there have been 12, with a total attendance of 225 students.
Investigation of the scholars attending shows that there are more of Freshmen than anybody else, with Seniors second, Sophomores third, Juniors fourth, and Graduate students last.
At the Christmas party Graduate students reversed their position and finished first in total present.
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