TEACHER AT WINDOW'S FOR 30 YEARS PLANS OWN SCHOOL

The latest development in the breaking up of Nolen's Tutoring School is the announcement made yesterday by Mr. Max Benchmohi that he intends to start a school of his own this summer, with offices in the new Cambridge Savings Bank Building.

Mr. Benchmohl is probably the best known instructor at Nolen's, having been affiliated with the School for about 30 years, teaching German, Ancient History, and Greek. He plans a radical departure from usual tutoring school methods, in that no tutoring will be done on college courses with the possible exception of German A. Preparation to meet the increased entrance requirements will receive the chief consideration.