A conference on Social Service will be held at Phillips Brooks House this evening at 8 o'clock. The following men will speak on various aspects of Social Service and the place of college students in the work. Professor F. G. Peabody '69, of the Social Ethics Department, will talk on "The Benefits of Social Service Work to the College Man as an Individual;" Robert A. Woods, of the South End House, Boston, on "The Opportunity for the College Man to do Good in the Settlement District;" H. B. Taplin, of Hale House, Boston, on "Boys' Clubs;" J. T. Nightingale '10, on "Juvenile Court Work;" A. L. Thayer 3L., on "Entertainments;" and A. H. Elder 3L., on "Educational Work."
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