Radcliffe's Class of '52 will meet Maria de Veross, the Austrian student brought to Cambridge by the sophomores' fund-raising campaign last spring, at a tea from 4 to 6 p.m. today in the Agassiz Red Room.
This term the class will attempt to raise additional funds to keep Miss de Veross at the Annex for another year. The sophomores worked in collaboration with World Student Relief and Church World Service in bringing the displaced girl to America.
Miss de Veross enters Radcliffe as a member of the Class of '51 after studying for the past year and a half at the University of Innsbruck, Austria. She is majoring in biology.
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