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PBH Fetes Heads Of Social Service

Phillips Brooks House's 217-man social service committee honored its co-chairmen; Norman H. Brooks '49 and Jay J. Melizer '49, with signed testimonials at its first Cabinet dinner of the new term last night at PBH.

The testimoniale, prescuted by Lloyd Marcus '48, were in the form of two scrolls, designed by J. R. Rosen, famous as framer of University degrees. Unprecedented in PBH history, the awards came as a complete surprise to Brooks and Meltzer.

Charles W. Duhig '29, graduate secretary of PBH, cited the pair's achievement "in rebuilding the social service committee from its wartime low to the second largest in Harvard history," while guest speaker John M. Kingman '14, head of the Lincoln-Hale House in South Boston, added his congratulations.

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