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Swedish Sailors--


South America ever since.

Curiously enough after their month stay on the ocean between Santos, Brazil, and Boston, the blond sailors seemed to have been more impressed by a recent trip to Radcliffe than by all the glass flowers which chief host Langdon P. Marvin Jr. '41 was able to provide for their edificaiton.

"They've got lots of nice brunettes over there," one of the cadet sailors remarked wistfully. "We haven't got many dark-haired girls at home but if you like blondes you ought to come to Sweden sometime."

A half-dozen representatives of the undergraduate body acted as guides and hosts to the group of sailors in their tour of Harvard. Their was no difficulty about language was every one of the fifteen spoke excellent English which bore little resemblance to the "I tank I bane go home; I vant to be alone" of their famous compatriot, Grets Garbo.

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