In the Text Book Loan Library at Phillips Brooks House, a great number of the students in the University find a very material aid in their College work. There are kept in this collection copies of as many books as possible in which reading is required by the instructors in large courses. As no special provision is made for purchasing such books, they must be gathered from men who are willing to give for this purpose the books which they no longer can use.
Postal cards have been sent to all members of the Senior class asking their aid in augmenting the usefulness of the loan library by contributing their old books. The committee in charge is ready to send for a single volume, so that as little trouble as possible may be caused to those who are willing to help. To fill out and return the postal is indeed slight exertion in comparison with the resultant benefit to so many undergraduates.