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THUlIRSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 19'26

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PRAISE OFGVEN n
STUDENT DEILECATI'ONI
PLANNE[D FOR RUSSIA
Report of ('romp Heeded by Sherwood r
Eddy Stimulaites Interest In Soit odti n
SovifiVoiidlionst fir{.
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Recent reports brought back from
Russia ry a student delegation, headed
by,$herwood Eddy, have so stimulatedy
further interest in conditions there
that a large student dlelegation to Rus-
sia next summer is being planned.
The delegation that spent this lastt
summer w as composed of eigh tstn.-
dents from the University of Michigan,
Columbia, Barnard, Universities ofIA
Indiana and Pittsburgh, Brockwood,'
Labor college, and the New York
School of Social work. 'These stu-
dents reported that the Soviet govern-
ment is anxious to have Anmerican
students visit their country, and bring
back unbiased accounts of existing
conditions there.
'The student council of New York ~ 'i iiothy X. 1Iealy
has appointed a committee to initiate Gvro-eea fIea~ O
the formation of such a delegation;'Gvro-eerlo rln
The delegation will be selected from claims he was misquoted as praising
n limited group of undergraduate.,, the present Irish governent duriiig;-
gr aduate students and r'ecent gradt-' a recent speech in D3ublinl. Cov e :rol
uates who are interested in the Healy's resignation maoy be callled for
"Soviet social and political experi-; as a result of the speech.
ment'"
All college organizations are invited
to send reresentatives to an organi-
nation conference to be held Friday,
November 26, in New York city at, '~
Columbia university. h~owever, indi- ~'
viduals are also eligible for member- k
shrIp.
These students will be asked to re--
port the results of the conference to
'their representative college organiza- .. rt
tions and thus stimula te nationwide
interest in the delegation to Russia.
The meeting of thde" student dole-I
gation ,to Russia is on the same (lay
conference convenea, so that -delegates
to the Interfraternity congress wvil4
have an opportunity to attend some ofj
the Russian delegation sessions.
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