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Freshmen, Sophomores May Try Out for Committee Memberships


Competition for the Social Service Committee of Phillips Brooks House begins tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the desk in PBH.

At this time, all Sophomores and Freshmen will be given the opportunity to take part in the work of Phillips Brooks House. Though men now doing social service work are eligible for membership on the committee, they must first show ability in tackling the problems which are presented by volunteer leadership. At the end of the year the chairman will be chosen from among those on the committee.

Present members include S. D. Browne '38, Ed Denny '37, E. Grant '39, E. H. Gray '37, Tom Perry '37, Roger Pierce '39, C. W. Stillman '39, E. F. Davis '38, C. C. Daughaday, Jr. '38 assistant chairman and S. Wade '38 Chairman. In addition to this chairmanship there are positions on the Speakers', Information, and Foreign Students' Committees.

Phillips Brooks House is unique in that it personifies Harvard to many outsiders.

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