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February 20, 1947 - Image 6

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New Zealand
University Life
Is Discussed
Visitors Impressed
By 'U' Enrollment
Enrollment in the University of
New Zealand has shown an in-
crease in proportion to that shown
by colleges and universities in
this country since the war, accord-
ing to 12 students from New Zea-
land who visited the University
Impressed by the size of the Uni-
versity, the group explained that
the University of New Zealand
is comphsed of four colleges lo-
cated in different parts of the is-
land, and having a total enroll-
ment of about 10,000.
Former members of the armed
services receive allotments from
the government for their college
education, similar in kind and
amount to those granted in the
United States, they said.
However, the lower cost of liv-
ing enables the New Zealand vet-
eran to live on his allotment with-
out supplementing it from other
sources, they said.
Although the students and
classes in the universities in this
country are very similar to those
in New Zealand, the comparative
amount of freedom in the high
school classes here was noted by
the group after a visit to Univer-
sity High School.
Girls in New Zealand high
schools wear uniforms and long
black stockings, except during the
summer, they said.
Graduate and undergraduate
student members of their college
biological society, these students
sponsored and directed the trip
which has taken them to all the
prominent universities in the Unit-
ed States and Canada.
Cardinal Tisserant
To Lecture Here
Eugene Cardinal Tisserant, a
member of the upper staff of the
Vatican Library in Rome, has ac-
cepted an invitation to visit the
University in the early part of
May, while traveling through the
United States, Dr. Frank Robbins,
assistant to the president, an-
nounced yesterday.
While here Cardinal Tisserant
will deliver a lecture under the
sponsorship , of the literary col-
lege, Dr. Robbins said.

International Tea .. .
Senior editors of The Daily wil'
be special guests at the tea fo7
foreign students and friends a'
4:15 p.m. today in the Interna-
tional Center.

On these days the study hall Read and Use
will be open from 1 p.m. to 10 Daily Classified Ads Ave.


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