The results of the second day of the Phillips Brooks House financial campaign show a deplorable lack of spirit upon the part of the canvassers and canvassed. The former are going about their collections in a desultory and half-hearted manner which is largely responsible for the lack of contributions. On the other side the students, especially the numerically large lower classes, are displaying a financially elusive tendency which bodes ill for final success. If the Association is to obtain the money it must have to continue its important work, a general awakening to the situation must occur. It is unthinkable that the drive should fail, hence, it is up to each one to contribute substantially and at once.
PUT THE DRIVE ACROSS.
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