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 - Speaks To Rotarians Jacob .Ngwa Hope College...
Speaks To Rotarians Jacob .Ngwa Hope College ·senior and pn/e-winning orator, addressed member;, of Holland Rotary Club on the subject "Adjusting to American Life" at their regular meeting Thursda.\ noon in the Hotel Warm Friend "This adjustment is actually the second degree the African student must earn m America," be said The speech was originally intended for presentation to a group of young Africans preparing to leave their homes for their education in America. Ngwa is a native of the West Cameroons At the suggestion of William Schner, Hope College speech department, Ngwa delivered the talk to Holland Rotary because it summarizes his own impressions of the United States and his reactions to his four years of education at Hope. Ngwa stressed the importance proposals diligent stud\ so student could return to their own cctin- tr\ better equipped to take positions of reaponsibiliU. His enrollment at Hope is "sponsored b\ the African Scholarship Program in American Universities He said this program can be one of the most effective means of fulfilling contemporarj African objectives, if his fellow countrj men onl\ use the benefits of ASPAU to full advantage Ngwa will be graduated in June as a biology major He hopes to continue his studies n school before returning to the West Cameroons to teach He was introduced to Rotarians by Schrier Police Give Ticket John F Aggen, 22, of South Holland, 111, received i ticket from Holland police for failing to yield the right of wa.v after his car collided with a car driven by Jack L. Zuverink, 16, of Grandview Ct. at 32nd St. and Lincoln Ave. at 6:08 p m. Nogelkirk ZEELAND Laurie

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  1. The Holland Evening Sentinel,
  2. 22 Apr 1966, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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