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Wolontis Speaks At WSSF Meeting

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American students can get a "sense of membership in a human family" from participation in educational reconstruction work, Dr. Sigvard Wolontis, General Secretary of World Student Relief, told a World Student Service Fund conference at the Faculty Club yesterday.

Dr. Wolontis, who has just returned from a tour of student centers in Southwest Asia, said that although America supplies most of the actual reconstruction materials, the United States would receive definite benefits from the rehabilitation of foreign schools.

Besides the feeling of belonging to a common community with other students, Americans will gain much information about other countries, Wolontis said.

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