Princeton, N. J., May 13, 1915. - The proposed Princeton $500,000 dining halls are now assured. The $250,000 needed to secure the $250,000 offered by Mrs. Russell Sage, has been raised. Work will start this spring, and temporary dining rooms will be ready for occupation next Easter. They will be entirely finished by September, 1916.
New Dining Halls for Princeton
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