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Wednesday evening the undergraduate faculty of the Phillips Brooks House Social Service Committee are meeting for the first time to discuss the organization of the courses offered into conference groups.
Presiding will be Raymond Dennett '36, Graduate Secretary of Phillips Brooks House. It is expected that the questionnaire sent to all tutors concerning progress made so far in the teaching will be discussed. Definite plans for the conference groups have been laid. Kenneth P. Kempton '12, instructor in English and prominent author, is expected to head the English group, composed of 12 tutors and an equal number of tutees. Other groups are planned in Economics and History.
After midyears the tutees will be sent a questionnaire to determine what benefits they have received from their courses. At the same time, scholarships to the Extension School will be given to deserving students for the second half year.
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