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Settlement Activity Will Be Discussed for Workers' Benefit in Phillips Brooks House at 8.


A conference of constructive criticism of social service work will be held at Phillips Brooks House this evening at 8 o'clock. D. P. Ranney '12, chairman of the social service committee, will preside and E. D. Smith '12, social service secretary will outline the work which has been accomplished this year. The conference will be attended by the professional workers of most of the settlements of greater Boston, by professors that are interested in social work, and by students, especially those who have been engaged in settlement work this year. The conference will take the form of an informal discussion of the settlement work of the past year, and aims to develop the points wherein the work can be made mere effective in the future. The discussion will be limited to one hour, after which opportunity will be given for the members of the University to meet the professional workers and talk over personally any points that have been brought out in the conference.

The conference is open to all members of the University.

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