With dozens of texts already registered, the newly-instituted book exchange service of the University chapter of the American Veterans Committee is awaiting requests from veterans and non-veterans alike who find the commercial book dealers' stocks too low and prices too high.
Without actually handling the tomes, the AVC maintains a card file of volumes offered for sale by students who have no further use for them. Men desiring books need only come to the AVC office in Phillips Brooks House between ten and four o'clock daily, or phone the organization at Kirkland 2486, to find who has the volumes they desire.
By a special arrangement with the Counsellor for Veterans book office, the Veterans Administration will re-imburse men eligible under the "G.I. Bill" for purchases of required texts.