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YARD COMMITTEE URGES CONCENTRATORS GROUPS

Sociology, Economics Likely Fields for This Work; Feller and Pollak Are Elected Officers

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Formation of concentrators' councils along lines similar to those in the highly successful Government organization was the chief principle urged in the reorganization meeting of the Yard Questions Committee last night.

Sociology and Economics are considered likely fields for this work.

Other cardinal objectives, as outlined consist of a thorough investigation of the Dining Hall meal rates, an investigation of Stillman Infirmary fees, and the possibility of renewing hygiene lectures for undergraduates.

Officers elected were, David, E. Feller '38, chairman, and Martin J. Pollak '38, secretary. About 15 men attended the meeting.

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