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Social service for graduates

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The Alumni Civic service committee will deliver a special ballot to every Senior voter at the polls today. The purpose of this ballot is to ascertain the form of community service in which each man will be interested after graduation. This movement among the graduates, now in charge of Oliver Cutts, was started several years ago and its object is to utilize the training acquired in work such as Phillips Brooks House offers in similar service after graduation.

There are numerous forms of work offered to those who may be willing to help and each voter is requested to mark his ballot opposite the nature of service that he prefers. Each man should also enter on the ballot his permanent address and his address for 1914-15.

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