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ties and almost all the high technical
schools are non-residential.
Tho distinctly Russian class of stu
dents produce on a foreigner an im
prossian that is not prepossessing.
With tne exception of a fow dandles
in tho capitals, they are mostly ex
tremely poor and crowd Into tho uni
versities without financial means, In
hope of finding work or lessons tp live
on, and many aro almost starving. A
foreigner will alBo be struck by the
unrullness, lack of restraint, unrelia
bility, lack of enterprise and of perse
verance, and tho more than loose way
In which they regard the very worst
forms of sin. Tho sense of right and
wrong Beoms to bo obliterated to a
But much must be said In favor of
these students, to make up for those
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under impulses, open to the worst and
to the best and highest Influences.
You will hardly anywhere find more
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