It would be foolish to maintain that Harvard has not contributed its share to the war charitable works which have appealed to the student body. It would be just as foolish, however, to maintain that the University has done enough. As long as the war lasts and there is need to support these ex-military undertakings, we shall do our part. Today we are asked to give what we can to aid stricken Halifax. What that city needs above all things is money. Conditions there are such that the entire East must respond to the call for help in order to relieve the fearful suffering. It is likewise most necessary to reconstruct and reorganize completely and immediately a port of so great importance to Canada and to the Allies. We are not asked to deprive ourselves of our entire fortunes for this cause. But let each student consider carefully before he allows today to pass by without giving his share to Harvard University's contribution for the relief of Halifax.