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EMPLOYMENT OFFICERS MEET

Representatives of Twelve Universities at Columbia This Morning.

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There will be a conference of Appointment and Employment officers of Eastern Colleges at Columbia University, New York City, today. This is the first meeting of the kind ever held and the presence of representatives from twelve universities at the conference shows the importance which is now attached to this work. The meeting, which will be held at 10 o'clock in the morning, is purely for discussion and mutual help, and no formal organization will be attempted at this time.

The following institutions will send representatives to the conference: Columbia, Harvard, Princeton, University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, Dartmouth, Wesleyan, Williams, Brown, University of Vermont, Johns Hopkins, and Yale. The University will be represented by Mr. Morris Gray of the Employment Office.

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