Arrangements for allotting 2700 upper-classmen between the 25 fields of concentration have now been completed by the Munn Committee on Concentration Quotas.
When the lass of 1938 files its study-cards Friday, March 15, the practical work of the Committee, attempting to stabilize the tutorial system, will get underway.
First of all, applications to within 80 per cent of the quota limit will be accepted. Secondly, all applications above this limit will receive individual attention from the Committee, and individuals, hesitating between two or more fields, may be guided into the one of these fields where the demand is less
Since the number of men in the three upper-classes vary, some slight adjustments may be necessitated in the actual quota, figures. The figures released yesterday are: Anthropology 36 Astronomy 15 Biochemical Sciences 165 Biology 90 Chemistry 130 Classics 35 Economics 355 Engineering Sciences 200 English 360 Fine Arts 75 Geological Sciences 55 German 40 Government 200 History 260 History and Literature 140 Literature 35 Mathematics 105 Music 24 Philosophy 40 Psychology 60 Physics 60 Romance Languages 155 Semitic Languages 2 Slavic 3 Sociology 30 Total 2700