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300 FRESHMEN ATTEND FIRST OF MONDAY LECTURE SERIES

Dean Sperry Speaks of Adjusting Life To the Demands of College

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Over 300 Freshmen crowded the Smith Halls Common Room last night for the first of a series of Monday night talks to Freshmen to be given by the Phillips Brooks House Association.

The meeting was opened by R. P. Bullard '24, who led the Freshmen in singing several hymns and Harvard songs. H. H. Mae Cubbin '26, chairman of the Committee on Bible Study and Discussion Groups of the Phillips Brooks House Association, next introduced the speaker of the evening. Dean Willard Learoyd Sperry, of the Divinity School who talked on how to adjust oneself to the demands of College life.

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