Rhodesmen at Swarthmore

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U. S. colleges and universities had by this week gotten their commencement announcements and invitations printed, their degrees engrossed and signed. There would be academic processions, speeches, sermons. Old grads would come trooping in with golf clubs, tennis rackets and bottles, many of them to put on rakish costumes, to talk of hard times, old times, babies. Eminent Men were ready to receive honorary degrees. The U. S. educational scene was in its most public and familiar phase. Last week one college was ready to celebrate with a difference.

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