Page 19, 10th August 1935

10th August 1935
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Page 19, 10th August 1935 — STUDENTS IN WEST Twenty-Two Countries Represented at Exeter

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STUDENTS IN WEST Twenty-Two Countries Represented at Exeter

Exeter has again become the centre of att.action for a large number of foreign students from many countries. The University College of the South-West Holiday Course, inaugurated by Professor .1. W. Schopp, its founder (a Catholic), in 1928, opened last week. The felancial stringency prevalent in many European countries so seriously affected thi attendance last year that only 108 entered for the course. The total this year has reached the very satisfactory number of 136. composed of representatives from 22 different countries.

The course seems to have become particularly popular in France. which is sending the large contingent of 48, while Germany, which in former years provided the bulk of the students, tends only twelve. This number is topped by Switzerland with nineteen representatises. An attractive programme of lectures and a number of social functions have been arranged. Among the la.ter the reception by the Mayor and Sheriff, the Exeter Rotary Club, and the League of Nations Union on August 8, in Rougernont Gardens, will be an outstanding event.

Canon Mahoney Resumes

The Rev. James Mahon. y, Ph.D., L.C.C., will resume work at the church of the Assumption. Deptford, shortly. He has been ill for over a year. When the London County Council meets after the summer recess, it is expected that he will be able to take up his public work as well His illness was mentioned at last week's meeting of the council, when it was stated that lie had been absent, owing to illness, since March 19.

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