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NOLEN'S OLD QUARTERS TO BE FIRST-YEAR DORMITORY

Little Hall, the present site of William W. Nolen's tutoring school, is to be a Freshman dormitory next year it was announced yesterday through the Bursar's Office. This famous tutorial school, which since its establishment in 1886 has occupied a unique position in the life of the University, will move its offices to Manter Hall.

The dormitory, which contains 28 double rooms and three single rooms at prices ranging from $375 to $500, will accommodate 60 men. With Gore, Standish, Smith, Shepherd, Little, and Drayton Halls, nearly 700 Freshmen will be provided for next year.

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