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Requests for college men qualified to lead discussion groups have been sent by the Burroughs Newboys Foundation to the Social Service Committee of Phillips Brooks House.

Harvard men whose interests lie in the fields of education and social work will have an opportunity to place their services at the disposal of scores of boys engaged in street trades in Boston. The Foundation plans to conduct club meetings in which boys will be able to discuss and evaluate their experiences, discover their problems, and arrive at solutions to them.

All students interested are asked to inquire at Phillips Brooks House at any time during the day.

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