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In an informal meeting at the Union last night, proctors, advisers, deans, and others responsible for Freshman well-being gathered to discuss the administration of Yard matters. The gathering was summoned by head proctors Robert Amory, Jr. '35, 3L. Rodman W. Paul '36, assistant dean, and Stephen H. Stackpole '33, secretary of the President. Stackpole presided at the affair.
The dean's office was represented by besides Paul, Deans Leighton, Rowditch, and Chauncey, all of whom emphasized the importance of coordinating the various agencies which watch over the Freshmen.
Kendric N. Marshall '21 instructor in Government, spoke of the work of the Union Committee and the activities which take place in the Union. Richard M. Gummere, Chairman of the Committee on Admissions, talked of the admissions system, and Schafer Williams '33 discussed his work as personnel man of Phillips Brooks House.
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