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John M. Bullitt '43, Master of Quincy House will take one year's leave of absence starting July 1, under the University regular program of Sabbaticals.
The appointment of an acting Quincy House Master for next year is expected President Pusey returns from his Far Eastern tour. Bullitt will spend the writing in England and skin-diving in the Aegean Sea.
Besides serving as Master of Quincy House, Bullitt lectures in English 140s, a surveyy of English literature of the first half of the the 18th century. He will conduct a conference group on sentimentalism in century literature this spring.
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