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TRINITY HOUSE IS COLLEGE GRADUATE CLUB IN NEW YORK

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The recent organization of a residence club for college graduates in New York City is planned to meet the difficulty experienced by new-comers in finding living quarters, it was announced yesterday by L. B. Young 3T.S. Trinity House on Brooklyn Heights has been chosen for the club building, where living accomodations and "congenial companionship" for 30 men and women will be offered.

The second purpose of the club is to afford its members opportunities for social service work, which might otherwise be difficult to find. Chances for leadership in religions schools or neighboring settlement clubs, as well as for cooperation with trade unions or political organizations will be found according to the interests of the individual members. Several University graduates have already announced their intention of joining the club.

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