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COMMUTERS WILL HOLD SMOKER AT DUDLEY HALL

Hanford, Baxter, Amazeen, and Hamlin Will Speak at Meeting--White Will Preside

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With the age-old problem of the commuters finally brought to a successful close through the establishment of Dudley Hall as a center for nonresidential social activities, members of the new organization will have an opportunity to meet each other informally at a smoker to be held at 8 o'clock in the building this evening. Peregrine White 2L, secretary of the organization, will preside.

Among the speakers of the evening will be Alfred C. Hanford '17, Dean of the College; James P. Baxter, III '26, Master of Adams House; Edward S. Amazeen '31, graduate secretary of Phillips Brooks House; and Joseph R. Hamlin '04, member of the graduate committee in charge of the social center.

Beginning next Monday, use of the new social center will be granted only to those students who are willing to pay a fee of $10 for the maintenance of the quarters. The latter fee is payable in two installments, the first due on October 7 and the second at the commencement of the second half of the academic year.

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