We have received word from the Wayfarers Inn, a charitable institution on Hawkins street, Boston, that men are calling there in great numbers every day, most of them insufficiently clothed and suffering severely from the cold. The clerk of the institution thought quite naturally that the students here would be willing to give away old clothes which they cannot use. There must be a great deal of cast off clothing lying unused in the students' rooms which, without any inconvenience to themselves, they might turn to this good use. Underclothes, suits, overcoats and shoes will be acceptable. Clothes may be taken to Mr. Millbury, 30 Boylston street, Cambridge, or he may be notified by postal and the clothes will be collected from the rooms.
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