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Monday's meeting for Radcliffe freshmen on fields of concentration is compulsory. Dean Kirby-Miller announced yesterday. It will be held at 4 p.m. in the Longfellow Alumnae Lecture Room.
Attendance will be taken. Freshmen on the Student Council and members of the Red Cross Swimming instructor's course have been excused, but only until the end of their scheduled activity.
At the meeting, Dean Kirby-Miller will discuss the choice of a field and reveal the program of discussions and teas planned for the week. Fields must be chosen by May 2.
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