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In order to accommodate the many students who have been unable to secure low-cost transportation to Europe this summer, the National Students Association has completed arrangements for another students ship, to sail from New York on June 22.
The ship, the SS Svalbard, will arrive in Rotterdam on July 2 and return from Europe on August 313. The Svalbard, like the Volendam currently being used by the NSA and other organizations, is a former troopship, and accommodations will be austere. Recreation and orientation facilities will be provided on board the ship.
The price of the round trip is $310. Applications and deposits by 800 students must be made at once to the NSA and those accepted will be notified immediately.
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