Although recognized as a wartime must the Harvard Service Fund is falling considerably short of its $14,000 minimum goal. The money has been pledged, the students approached have responded magnificently, yet collections still resemble peacetime figures.
The blame must be placed squarely on the conductors of the drive itself. Not to the higher-ups who planned and organized it down to the last detail, but to the rank and file worker must this shortage be attributed. A small group, who volunteered for the task, are by their negligence impairing a large part of the University's war effort.
All prerequisites for Harvard's greatest fund drive have been met; only the absurdly small mechanical problem of actual collection prevents the potential from becoming reality.