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Atop Sever Hall workmen are converting an old storeroom into one of the University's finest lecture halls, which will go into commission next semester.
When the Bureau of Traffic Research deserted its quarters in Sever's attic and mover to Yale, the University decided to turn over what was waste space into a much-needed classroom. To head the new project the College chose Reginald H. Phelps '30, Assistant in History and in German and Assistant Dean.
Accomodations are being prepared by the Maintenance Department to care for 150 lectures. The workmen have installed modern lighting equipment and are in the process of painting the walls, securing benches, and finishing the floor.
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