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1914 DORMITORY ALLOTMENT

Assignment of Rooms in Yard to Date.--Opportunity for Further Application.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The Junior class allotment of rooms for the Senior Dormitories has been completed. All the rooms in Hollis, Holworthy, Stoughton, and Thayer have been filled; and also half of the rooms in Matthews. Rooms have been drawn as follows:

Holworthy Hall, West Entry, Numbers 1-8--"Nine Bow Streeters." "Zoophagous Lopilotes." Middle Entry--"Twelve Red Oaks", Rooms 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16. "Geld Dust Twins," Rooms 12. East Entry--"B. S. Association," Rooms 17-19, 21-23.

Stoughton, North Entry--"The Twelve Apostles," Rooms 17-24. "Eleven and Ones", Rooms 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31. "C. S. B. Foursomes," Rooms 30, 32. South Entry--"Somnambulists", Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7. "The Twelve Young Apostles", Rooms 9-16. "The Quartered Quartet," Rooms 6, 8.

Hollis Hall, North Entry--"Twelve Knights in a Bath Room," 17-24. "The Castaways," Rooms 25-32. South Entry --"Slippery Eels," Rooms 1-8. "The Extra-Drys," Rooms 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16.

Thayer Hall, Middle Entry--"Campus Cops", Rooms 5-9 and 11. "Y. Dewey Wantit," Rooms 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. "Seldom Songless Sextet," Rooms 1, 2, 4. "Tartarin Sancho", Room 17. "George Washington, Jr.," Room 19. "The Epicureans," Room 18. "The Hermit," Room 20. South Entry--"The Wasups", Rooms 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33. "Tye Plyce," Rooms 34-40. "Glutous Maximus," Rooms 43, 44. "The Tragedians," Rooms 22, 26. "Four of a Kind," Rooms 24, 25. "Three Studious Students," Rooms 34, 42. "Klismos," Room 41. "The Rameses Fiat Haig," Rooms 45-51. "The Steve Brodies," Rooms 52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58. "The Bosca Reds," Rooms 59, 60, 61, 62, 65. "Gideon Cooke," Rooms 63, 64, 66. "The Frequent Flamingoes," Rooms 67, 68.

Matthews Hall, North Entry -- "The Triplets," Rooms 1, 3. "The Reverend Richard Roe," Rooms 2, 6. "Weld and Newell," Room 7. "Jimmy Valentine," Room 8. "Lollypops," Room 9. "Ne'er Do Wells," Rooms 11, 12. "William Shakespeare," Rooms 15, 17. "Three Musketeers," Rooms 16, 18. "Roaring Bill," Rooms 27, 28. South Entry--"Two Young Hopefuls," Room 31. "Hard Guys," Rooms 33, 35. "A Fancy Friend," Room 34. "Alkali Ike," Room 38. "D. S. Elbon," Room 39. "King of Bulgaria," Room 40. "Solitary Simon," Room 57. "The Rustlers," Room 58. "Never too Late," Room 45.

Owing to the fact that many of the men in applying limited the price that they could pay, the Committee have made allotments in both entries in Matthews in the attempt to satisfy the wishes of the applicants. Each entry is approximately half-filled. If, on the second call, sufficient applications are received to fill the whole of Matthews, the south entry will receive all the improvements which have recently been added to the north entry.

The following rooms are still to be allotted: 10, 13, 14, 19-26, 29, 30, 32, 36, 37, 41-44, 46-56, 59, 60.

To fill these rooms the Committee will hold a new competition extending through Wednesday, February 19. Applicants must apply for the rooms left vacant by the first allotment, putting down at least five choices. These applications will be filled by lot, each one receiving its choice wherever possible.

Only men who entered college with the class of 1914 or who expect to graduate with it may make application.

Beginning Monday, February 3, the Committee will hold office hours at the Phillips Brooks House from 5.30 to 6; Saturdays and Sundays excepted. Applications can be obtained there.  1914 SENIOR DORMITORY COMMITTEE

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