An appeal for cast-off clothing has come from Mr. Clark, one of several Harvard men resident at the Andover House in Boston, and we are very glad to do what we can to bring the matter before the students. This year a good many demands have been made upon the students for clothing and money, and there has been a fair response. Yet there is probably much more which might be given without inconvenience to the givers. Last year after a similar appeal from the Andover House, about seventyfive suits of clothes were collected; this year there is immensely greater need and a proportionately greater response should follow the appeal. The arrangements for collection of clothes are explicitly stated in another column and need not be repeated here.
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