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During the second half-year a number of mission classes will be formed to study conditions existing in China. In the Senior class there, will be two groups, in the Junior class three, and in the Sophomore class three of four.
All the groups will use, as a text-book, "The Uplift of China," by Arthur H. Smith. The classes will meet once a week, beginning the first week after the mind-year period and continuing for nine weeks. Upperclassmen who wish to attend the groups should leave their names at Phillips Brooks House with one of the graduate secretaries.
Professor A. P. Eitch will conduct a class on "General Missions" for Freshmen. This class will meet regularly on Mondays between 7 and 8 o'clock in Phillips Brooks House Parlor, beginning on February 20. All Freshmen are invited to attend.
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