As the last of the final examinations are passed, text books that have mutely coached the student to success are due to find themselves neglected. Their owner is busily engaged in making plans for the summer vacation in which their presence could only be discordant. It is also doubtful whether the janitor or the "goodie" will desire to brush up on "Gov", "Ec", or even "Phil." What, then, is to be done with these former companions of midnight hours?

Phillips Brooks House has solved the problem. It has begun a drive of one week for the benefit of the Text Book Loan Library. There are four receiving stations. If those who have text books which they no longer require will take them to one of the stations, they will be doing a good turn for the men who next year will depend upon this Library for their necessary volumes. A better means of disposition cannot be found.