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Phillips Brooks '41 Group Examines How It Is Chosen

Freshmen Will Be Apportioned Among Standing Committees

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At a dinner meeting of the Phillips Brooks House Freshman Committee last night, Bartow Kelly '40, chairman, appointed a sub-committee headed by John B. Fisher '41 to examine and recommend possible changes in the present method of choosing the first year group.

In an attempt to familiarize the committee with various phases of Brooks House work, members were apportioned among the standing committees of the organization.

Beginning Monday, the Freshmen will participate in the annual old clothes drive by canvassing the Yard dormitories. A check-up revealed that only one Thanksgiving basket failed to reach its destination last week. The missing dinner was reported last seen in the refrigerator of Schafer Williams '32, associate Graduate Secretary.

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