When portly President the Aga Khan of the Assembly of the League of Nations wound up its session by a recess last week and statesmen started home, Geneva correspondents agreed that "only one of the 52 principal delegates left Geneva better known and better appreciated than when he arrived, Vilhelms Munters."

This young man who is Foreign Minister of the Republic of Latvia has the clean-cut mien of an Arrow-Collar illustration. Latvia is just about as remote from Japan, geographically and in every other respect, as possible, and this fact in Geneva...

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