The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 79
Mr. O. Duff, B.A., undertook the duties of tutor in literature; but the pressure of military duties rendered it necessary for him to resign early in the session, and the Association was fortunate in securing the services of Miss M. H. King, M.A., to carry on page 31 the work. Mr. Jas. Henry had charge of the Economics Class throughout the session. Both tutors report that a lively interest was displayed by the students in the classes, the discussions being keen and the number of essays satisfactory. Some of the students particularly did noteworthy work in the production of essays, and on occasions the discussions were carried on till long after the ordinary time for closing the classes. The Association is indebted to the tutors for consenting to undertake such arduous work in addition to their ordinary professional duties.