"We conducted a campaign in Princeton for the benefit of this Fund in December, and the appeal to all university men is the strongest that can possibly be made, because it comes to us on behalf of young men of our kind in foreign universities who are endeavoring to secure an education under the terrible handicaps of hunger and lack of clothing to say nothing of other deprivations, and of hard pressing economies which they must daily practice.

"There would be no difficulty in securing a generous response from any university in our country if our young men could only have their imagination quickened to realize the desperate plight of their comrades abroad. I hope that in your drive you will be able to reach every man in your university. No one would willingly wish to be left out of the collective group which, under the name of Harvard, will send help to those abroad who are in such distressing need."

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