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Declaring that it helped to establish that balanced life which was so essential to a rounded college career, Dean Hanford was the featured speaker at a Dudley Hall smoker yesterday afternoon at the Commuters Center.
With 260 members signed up to date, the Hall has already got more men signed up than ever before, and about half of this number were present to hear the speakers introduced by the Center's Secretary Dewey and see pictures shown by Adolph W. Samborski '25, director of Intramural Athletics.
Among the other speakers was Perregrin White '33, who was the writer of a Phillips Brooks House Committee report urging the formation of the original Commuters Center. More strongly than any of the other speakers he urged the commuters to budget their time more so that they could take a greater part in the life of the University.
Bill Neufeld, Freshman track coach, and Samborski treated the athletic angle, exhorting Dudley, at the cellar of the intramurals last year, to increased effort. "It's your fault if you slip," Samborski told them, as Neufeld said he saw no reason why the Commuters shouldn't top the field this season. Another of the speakers was Reginald H. Phelps, formerly assistant in History 1 and now an assistant Dean.
Motion pictures of Harvard athletic events concluded the meeting, including those of the Harvard-Yale versus Oxford-Cambridge track meet, and of the Yale and Dartmouth football games of last year. These were shown by Samborski.
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