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Anderson Calls Service Abroad 'A Good Life'

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"If you want a good life, go into the foreign service," Robert Anderson, recently returned from four years of duty in Shanghai and Nanking, told an audience of 150 persons at the Union last night.

"But if you want money, don't," he added.

Anderson sketched the functions of the foreign service and listed some requirements of entrance--good physical condition, willingness to travel anywhere, and willingness to undergo security investigations. Only two percent of the applicants who take the examination are accepted, he said.

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