Number of Men Who Can Be Tutored in Each Field and Special Fields Represented
ADAMS DUNSTER ELIOT KIRKLAND LEVERETT LOWELL WINTHROP Anthropology 7 6 Astronomy Biochem., Sci. 8 6 6-9 5 15-17 Biology 3-6 3 1 Chemistry Classics 4 1-2 11 Economics 20 12 9-12 6 12-14 16 16-18 Economic Theory Money & Banking Indus. Organization Public Utilities Internat'l Trade Public Finance Money & Banking Indus. Organization Econ. Theory Money & Banking Money & Banking Econ. Theory Corporations Inter. Trade Indus. Organization Money & Banking Labor Problems Econ. Hist. & Sociology Indus. Organization Transportation Money & Banking Indus. Organization Public Finance Eng. Sci. Public Utilities Economic Theory 25 English 7 34 9-12 15 5-7 19 Drama, Poetry Eliz. Prose, Poet. 16th & 17th Cent. Infl. of Fr. Lit. on Eng. Lit. of 16th Century Hist of Eng Lang Eng. Drama Eliz. Lit. Jacobean Lit. Carolin Lit. Eng. Prosidy Eng. & Slav. Lit. Novel 17th & 19th Cent. Poetry & Comp. Contemporary Lit. American Lit. Composition Fine Arts Geol. Sci. 4 2 4 10 1-2 German 2 Government 17-23 6 5-7 3 6 8 7-8 Int'nat'l Relations Federal Gov. & Pol. Theory Political Theory Eut. Pol. Institu. Party Politics & Federal Gov. Int. Fin. Rela. Federal Gov. Govt. Regula. of Business International Law & Relations History 47 18 9-10 16 7 13 10 American Modern Eng. Modern Europe Greek American Mod. Eur. Fr. & Intellectual Intellect. Hist. European American American Latin American English Medieval Middle Ages Italy English American Fr. Hist. 19th Cent. Roman Renaissance 10 Hist. & Lit. 4-6 7 12-14 5 20 10 Renaissance Eng. or Medieval French England Germany Renaissance Middle Ages America England Renaissance Amer.--17th Cent. Eng.--17th Cent. Hist. of Sci. Literature 3 Mathematics 4 2 2 4 2 2 Music 3 5-10 Philosophy 7 2-4 9 Physics 2 2-3 Psychology 6 2 13 Rom. Languages 10-13 4 5 2-3 Semitic Slavic Lang. Sociology 4(2ndHf. Yr.)
The table printed here represents the total number of tutees in each field who can be tutored by members of the House staff. It also shows the special fields within the major divisions covered in each House. For example: five members of the present Freshman class can be tutored in History and Literature in Kirkland House next year and the Kirkland tutorial staff is especially proficient in English and Renaissance History and Literature. Similar tables are being printed and will be distributed to the Advisors.